221 It seems (in)credible that ...
221.1 It is almost inevitable that their income must exceed their expenditure and that they must, therefore, accumulate wealth. It is there any
middle ground which such men can occupy, because any commercial concern which doesn't earn at least interest upon its capital soon becomes
bankrupt. It must either go forward or fall behind, to stand still is impossible.
221.2 Using TV to run away from problems or to put them off indefinitely makes the viewer less aware of troubles that do in fact exist.
Continually accepting a dream world or confusing reality with fantasy is not constructive to the development of social consciousness. It is quite
possible that this attitude could result in less public commitment.
There is every chance / likelihood / possibility
222 that ...
The chances are
222.1 At some time in your life you may have a strong desire to do something strange or terrible. However, there is every chance that you don't
act on your impulse, but let it pass instead. You know that to commit the action is wrong in some way and that other people will not accept your
222.2 There is the possibility that those who consume large amounts of television may possess certain introverted personality traits. They will not
participate in group activities and refuse to interact with other people.