2.The likelihood for peace in the Middle East remains questionable.
3.The necessity for nuclear nonproliferation seems clear.
4.It is perhaps more accurate to consider the family as a blanket of security, rather than a cloak of bondage.
5.While generalizations are dangerous, it is quite safe to present solid evidence.
6.It seems almost certain that China will achieve this year's economic growth targets.
7.Reaching this year's growth targets is almost a certainty.
8.The urgency of the situation makes it necessary to reiterate the monumental problems of population growth.
9.A recent study revealed the surprising fact that many students pass examinations by relying on nothing more than rote memorization. It is horrifying to think that students graduate without a thorough understanding of the subject matter.
10.Needless to say, advertising sells products. Where would we be without it? Shelves would be empty, consumers would have few choices and products information would disappear.