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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #87200: Expressions with the word CHANCE
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    Expressions with the word CHANCE

    the chances are (that)... - it is likely that...

    no chance - no possibility

    a fighting chance - a slight chance of success dependent on a struggle

    a sporting chance - a reasonable chance of success

    by any chance - used especially in questions, to ask whether something is true, possible, etc.

    stand a chance - to be likely to achieve something

    fat chance - used for emphasizing that you think something is extremely unlikely

    on the off chance - doing something even though you think it is unlikely to succeed

    blow it - to destroy your own chance of succeeding, or to waste a good opportunity

    chance on/upon - to find or see someone or something when you did not expect to

    not have a/the ghost of a chance - to have no chance at all

    not have a cat in hell's chance / not have a snowball's chance (in hell) - to be completely unable to achieve something

    take a chance - to decide to do something, knowing that it might be the wrong choice

    a game of chance - an activity, especially one in which you gamble money, that depends on luck instead of skill

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    1. He has won every race he has ever entered. The that he'll win this one too.
    2. Mum, I don't think I'll be any good at that sport. - You'll never know, dear, unless you .
    3. I'll beat you at that game. - No you won't! I've won every other game, so you don't .
    4. I was walking down the street and I just happened to this huge bag of money!
    5. Excuse me, sir. Could you give me a couple of dollars for petrol, ?
    6. ! Go and earn your own money!
    7. Right now, the game could go either way and it really comes down to the luck of the draw. It is really just a .
    8. I wish I had done better in the piano competition. That person is so much better than I. I don't of winning.
    9. Doctor: Your son is extremely ill, but he does have a if he can make it through the next few days.
    10. There is no way for him to succeed now. He hasn't a of success.
    11. I'm contacting you that you'll be able to take my place at the meeting. - No, you're right. I'm not available. Sorry!
    12. There is that he'll change his mind.

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