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    vocabulary

    1.What does probably mean?
    a) maybe b) 50 percent sure (+) c)100 percent sure

    2. Antonym ofmild weather is
    a) severe(+) b) strong

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    Re: vocabulary

    Quote Originally Posted by happys82 View Post
    1.What does probably mean?
    a) maybe b) 50 percent sure (+) c)100 percent sure
    Use 'probably' when predicting something based on some prior knowledge.
    Example: The clouds are gathering. It will probably rain soon.

    So, more than maybe based on previous experience.
    2. Antonym ofmild weather is
    a) severe(+) b) strong
    There are many. 'Mild' is not purely an adjective of weather. Mild soap. Mild beer. etc

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    Re: vocabulary

    The opposite of mild weather is severe weather.



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