To describe something that tend to happen with great chances, but we couldn’t or wouldn’t guarantee there’s 100% sure. We may use mostly, in general, or generally speaking to moderate our wording in a safer way. They’re mostly good people,… Read More »Mostly vs. In General vs. Generally Speaking
When we want to make a conclusion, we usually use transitions to notify readers that we are going to do it. If we directly say the conclusion without transitions, it’s just like we make a hard-turn on the highway, everyone… Read More »Briefly vs. Simply Put vs. In Short
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Sentences Contains “most likely” At mid-pregnancy, feline CLs require extraovarian luteotropic signals which most likely come from the placenta. Subsequently this infers that Australovenator and megaraptorids alike possessed a unique manus function most likely associated with predation. Thus the observed… Read More »most likely