The likelihood that she will decide to take the job is great, she is never completely predictable.

a. |
The likelihood |

b. |
Although the likelihood |

c. |
Since the likelihood |

d. |
In fact, the likelihood |

e. |
Knowing that the likelihood |

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The likelihood that she will decide to take the job is great, she is never completely predictable.

a. |
The likelihood |

b. |
Although the likelihood |

c. |
Since the likelihood |

d. |
In fact, the likelihood |

e. |
Knowing that the likelihood |

Test ID: 469

Source: 501 Grammar and Writing Questions

b. This choice is correctly subordinated and is logical.