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Meaning into Words – Unit: 14 – Prediction | Grade XII

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Prediction – Meaning Into Words
For: Class 12 | Solution of Work Book
Unit 14: Prediction

meaning into words

1. Change the sentences below, using source to, certain to, bound to, likely to and unlikely to.

a. The price of bread will definitely go up within a few weeks.

Ans: The price of bread is sure to go up within a few weeks.

b. He probably won’t arrive.

Ans: He is unlikely to arrive.

c. I doubt if they’ll move out this summer.

Ans: They are unlikely to move out this summer.

d. I expect there will be lots of people at the meeting.

Ans: Lots of people are likely to be at the meeting.

2. Rewrite each of the following expressions using the word in brackets.

a. There will probably be a lot of tourists there. (likely)

Ans: There are likely to be a lot of tourists there.

b. She’ll certain be able to walk again soon. (sure)

Ans: She is sure to be able to walk again soon.

c. There probably won’t be much show this winter. (unlikely)

Ans: There is unlikely to be much snow this winter.

d. A new chairperson will certainly be appointed soon. (bound)

Ans: A new chairperson is bound to be appointed soon.

e. New plants will not grow on the wetland. (never)

Ans: New plants are unlikely to grow on the wetland.

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3. Change the sentences below using sure to, certain to, likely to, unlikely to, and definitely won’t.

a. I doubt if the transport workers will go on strike.

Ans: the transport workers are unlikely to go on strike.

b. The vice-principal probably won’t arrive.

Ans: The vice-principal is unlikely to arrive.

c. The price of everyday needs will definitely go up if there is election for parliament.

Ans: The price of everyday needs is sure to go up if there is election for parliament.

d. The Nepalese government certainly won’t ban the students’ union in Government College.

Ans: The Nepalese government is definitely won’t ban the student union in Government College.

e. There will definitely be a few papaya trees in the garden.

Ans: There is certain to be a few papaya trees in the garden.

4. Change the sentences below, using sure to, bound to, likely to unlikely to, whichever is appropriate.

a. He probably won’t arrive.

Ans: He is unlikely to arrive.

b. By the end of this century, cars will probably be obsolete.

Ans: By the end of this century, cars will probably be obsolete.

c. In ten years’ time, everyone will have a smartphone.

Ans: In ten years time everyone is sure to have a smartphone.

d. I’m sure a new chairman will be appointed soon.

Ans: A new chairman is sure to be appointed soon.

e. The price of petrol will definitely go up within this month.

Ans: The price of petrol is sure to go up within this month.

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