Hi

lkimo12

New Member
Morocco. Arabic
I need some help in sentence transformation please. Last year in a competition we were asked to transform the structure of many sentences while keeping the same meaning. For example:

It is likely that she is not ready for the exam.

can be transformed as

The likelihood is that she is not ready for the exam.

I would like you to see whether this transformation is correct or not.

Thank you:D
 
  • mjscott

    Senior Member
    American English
    Welcome to WordReference Forum Ikimo12. Please read the cautions at the top of the forum concerning how to title the thread you are starting. Your transformation sounds great! Again, welcome!
     

    NickJunior

    Senior Member
    Khmer
    Your transformation sounds great!
    It is likely that she is not ready for the exam can be transformed as

    The likelihood is that she is not ready for the exam.

    I agree with MjScott. I wonder if the words "can be transformed as" can be replaced with the word "paraphrase"?
     
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