GRAMMAR: Verbs of Sense
To See and To Hear have 3 meanings associated with them.
To look at something that is static: Take a look at this report.
To watch something in action: Watch the film.
To listen to something: Listen to his speech.
To see something: You can see the station from the office.
To hear something: I can hear the traffic.
Describing a situation
This deal looks interesting. I see what you mean.
Your idea sounds good, and I hear they like it too.
EXPRESSIONS – Might / Likely to / Bound to
To express probability:
Bound to = 99% sure it will happen.
The price of leather is bound to go up.
Likely to = 75% possibility of it happening.
Christmas is likely to be busy.
Might = 25% possibility of it happening.
He might come the shop, he might not.
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