Using ‘Unlike’ & ‘Unlikely’ correctly – Free English Lessons to improve English Speaking Skills.




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Using ‘Unlike’ & ‘Unlikely’ correctly – Free English Lessons to improve English Speaking Skills.
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In this English speaking lesson, you are going to learn the difference between ‘unlike’ and ‘unlikely’. Though their spellings are similar, but their meanings are completely different.

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Using ‘Unlike’:

1. The two sisters are very unlike. (not like each other, dissimilar)
2. It is unlike her to be late. (a typical trait)
3. Mary is intelligent unlike John. (means not like)

Using ‘Unlikely’:

1. The weather seems unlikely to change. (probably something will not happen)
2. It is highly unlikely that Maria will get into the University with such low scores. (probably she will not get into University, chances are high that she won’t)
3. John is unlikely to reach before 8am. ( not likely to reach)

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