Which sentence shows certainty and is more direct?
He will either choose project 1 or project 2.
He will probably either choose project 1 or 2.
or this other version of the 2nd example.
He will probably choose either project 1 or 2.
I think the first example shows more certainty and is more direct since it doesn't have probably which indicates assumption, but either also shows assumption. Do we even need to add probably here? Do tenses have anything to do with the sentence?