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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #127378: Adjectives : likely, pretty sure and bound
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    1. He is to sleep yet because he came back home late.

    2. They are to win the Six Nations Championship ! They 're in good spirits !

    3. It was to happen ! The houses built at the edge of the river are flooded !

    4. The policemen are to find the criminal. They have got his fingerprints and a video.

    5. Marie didn't answer my call ; she is to have left very early.

    6. After such a long journey, it is to be exhausted !

    7. The holidays begin this weekend and it's there is traffic jam on the roads.

    8. The economy is to keep slumping.

    9. We are to see any improvement for a long time.

    10. My father is to leave Paris next year. He 'll be then in retirement.










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