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Is probably going to or is going to probably

To express a likely plan: I am probably going to <do something>. The plan is expressed with "going to <do something>". The adverb probably goes in front of that phrase. You ...
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Meaning of "to live on the Northern Line"

In uses like this, on means nearby, or within easy access to. Similarly (if on a different scale), I would say that I live on the East Coast [of the US], because (or perhaps even though) I am about a ...
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synonyms for "dislike"

The short answer is "No." Disrespect, dishonor, disgrace and disapprove all mean different things and are used in different constructs. Dislike is probably the best word for your example, ...
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Can we say "I'm going to the bathroom" to mean "I'm going to take a shower / bath"?

Yes, you can, though people may not know you are intending to take a shower or bath unless you are at home. If you are in public, people may assume you are either using the toilet appliance, washing ...
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What does "base fitness" mean?

I believe "a base" should be "basic." Exercise helps. And walking can be performed by most of us, without training, equipment, or even basic fitness. So fitness means "being ...
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