`[STRIKE]Dear teachers,[/STRIKE] This is unnecessary.
1) If you have a better suggestion, (leave a space after a comma] I would [STRIKE]likely[/STRIKE] like to listen to you. Is this sentence correct? It is now.
[STRIKE]Kam shing[/STRIKE] This is unnecessary.
1) If you have a better suggestion,I would likely listen to you.Is this sentence correct?
Dear Tzfujimino and other teachers,
I am sure I want to use the word "likely" in my sentence because it implies the meaning I want to convey.
Note: The word "likely" here implies that my colleague has more experience than me to handle this type of problem