The world has never been more connected than it is now thanks to advances in technology. It has never been easier to travel to different countries or communicate with people from different places all over the world. With this new, more connected world, it has been said that humanity would benefit greatly from just one central government that would be in charge of the entire world. Others are more skeptical, and think that this will result in tyranny and a much worse life for everyone.
(most) likely (Adverb) = probably.
Example: “I think they will most likely vote against an increase in public health spending”.
likelihood (Noun) = the chance that something will happen.
Example: “The is a strong likelihood that school will be cancelled tomorrow”.
likely / unlikely (Adjective) = when someone will probably happen (likely) or probably not happen (unlikely).
Example: “It's unlikely to rain again today”.
Probability (Noun) = how likely it is that something will happen.
Example: “There is a high probability it will snow tonight”.
Take into account (Phrase) = to consider something when judging a situation.
Example: “We need to take into account the negative aspects before making a decision”.
Do you think there will ever be a one world government?
- What could the advantages be of a one world government?
- What could the disadvantages be of a one world government?
- What do you think would be the best way to elect a leader of this one world government?
- Who do you think would benefit most from a one world goverment?