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# Usage of "equally likely"

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06 Nov 2011, 01:12
Traffic safety officials predict that drivers will be equally likely to exceed the proposed speed limit as the current one.
A. equally likely to exceed the proposed speed limit as
B. equally likely to exceed the proposed speed limit as they are
C. equally likely that they will exceed the proposed speed limit as
D. as likely that they will exceed the proposed speed limit as
E. as likely to exceed the proposed speed limit as they are

Experts please explain why option A is wrong. Is there any problem with the use of "equally likely" ?
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08 Nov 2011, 04:53
I would guess 'E'. For no reason other than it sounds the most correct.....
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# Usage of "equally likely"

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