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Are these two expressions interchangeable ? Or if in fact one is correct, the other incorrect.

(a) I wonder if there is a possibility that I can borrow some money from you.

(b) I wonder if it is a possibility that I can borrow some money from you.
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I bet my money on b) being wrong.
will see if I can claim your bet Emotion: smile
(unless you are a native speaker, then I could concede )
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(a) is correct.
sorry for bringing this back onto the top of the list.
Any native speaker cares for a comment? Thanks
Hi,
Define 'wrong', please.

I wouldn't say B is incorrect grammar, but it sounds odd, awkward and unnatural.

Clive
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SeraphinAre these two expressions interchangeable ?
No. You need one of these:
I wonder if I can borrow some money from you.
I wonder if it would be possible to borrow some money from you.
I wonder if it would be possible for me to borrow some money from you.
I wonder if there's any possibility that I might borrow some money from you.
I wonder if there's any possibility that I could borrow some money from you.
I wonder if there's any possibility of my borrowing some money from you.
Note: possible to ...; possible for ... to ...; possibility that ... might/could ...; possibility of ... -ing ...
CJ