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Thread: It appears not.

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    It appears not.

    Hi! Everyone.

    A: Are we going to get a new contract?

    B: I'm not entirely sure, but it appears so.

    I wonder if the opposite expression of "It appears so" is "It appears not".

    Is it possible? If possible, could you give me an example?


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    Re: It appears not.

    Yes, you could use that expression. however, make sure that the meaning is:

    It appears (that is) not (going to happen.)

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