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  1. premanka
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    there is hardly any chance to reach at fast conclusion

    "there is hardly any chance to reach at fast conclusion" - please let me know whether it's a grmmatically correct sentence or not.

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    Re: there is hardly any chance to reach at fast conclusion

    Quote Originally Posted by premanka View Post
    "there is hardly any chance to reach at fast conclusion" - please let me know whether it's a grmmatically correct sentence or not.
    It's not, in such away that it's not clear what it means:

    • there is hardly any chance of reaching a conclusion quickly
    • there is hardly any chance of reaching conclusion at first
    • there is hardly any chance of reaching a firm conclusion
    • ...?




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