How do you use likely in a sentence?

How do you use likely in a sentence?

with considerable certainty; without much doubt.

  1. Snow showers are likely tomorrow.
  2. The council seems likely to overspend this year.
  3. I’ll very likely be at home all day.
  4. Unemployment is likely to go on rising this year.
  5. Train fares are likely to remain unchanged.

What is the sentence of employee?

“He is a salaried employee.” “This company has 50 full-time employees.” “Her boss thinks she is a hard-working employee.” “The company held a workshop for new employees.”

Where do you put most likely in a sentence?

Most Likely In A Sentence

  • It is the court tailor most likely, pardon me.
  • I’m most likely bein’ watched.
  • Most likely it never would have been mine, in any case.
  • The advance-guard of a cheap trip, most likely.
  • Most likely the names, both of them, are only hand-downs.

    What is a sentence for equality?

    1. All people have the right to equality of opportunity. 2. Women do not yet have true equality in the company.

    What is an Atwill employee?

    At-will means that an employer can terminate an employee at any time for any reason, except an illegal one, or for no reason without incurring legal liability. For example, a contract may provide for a specific term of employment or allow termination for cause only.

    What are some examples of an employee?

    The definition of an employee is one who works for someone else or a company in exchange for wages or some other agree-to compensation. An example of employee is an individual who is employed by McDonald’s and is paid a certain amount of money for each hour worked.

    Which is correct an employee or a employee?

    Although both your examples are grammatically correct, it is more likely in context that you would simply refer to employees.

    What does mean most likely?

    : more likely than not : probably It will most likely rain tomorrow.

    What is an example of an employee?