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He is going to meet the chairman .

Start with :
Is is not that
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JhumjhumActually the questions I put here I get them from Grammar books' lessons / exercises of my students
Wherever the questions come from, they lead to most unnatural and/or silly answers, as Clive has said.
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You can't start with that phrase. Did you type it incorrectly?

Clive
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Sorry for typing mistake .It should be :

It is not that ................
He is going to meet the chairman .

Start with :
It is not that ................

I assume you are not supposed to change the meaning.

All I can think of is this.

It is not that he is not going to meet the chairman.
This is a very awkward sentence that would require a very odd context to make sense.

Or perhaps
It is not that he is going to say 'Good-bye' to the chairman.
Or
It is not that he is going to meet the chairman's wife.
As you can see from these rather silly attempts, I think your teacher has given you an unreasonable task.

Clive
Thanks Clive .

Actually the questions I put here I get them from Grammar books' lessons / exercises of my students and those I find difficult or wrong I give here to verify whether my findings are wrong .
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Future events cannot be predicted with certainties whiles lives and businesses are susceptible to future adverse occurrencessuch as death

Future events cannot be predicted with certainties whiles lives and businesses are susceptible to future adverse occurrencessuch as death

Not correct. Say eg

Future events cannot be predicted with certainty while lives and businesses are susceptible to future adverse occurrences such as death.

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