-They'll probably have got married by this time next year.
-She won't probably go salsa dancing ever.

Are these sentences correct? Could you say why?
they'll probably be married by this time next year
she probably won't be go salsa dancing for ever

i really have not a clue whether the sentences is correct or not
but if i am using those two sentances thats what i will use
Hello Maj,

Both sentences are OK.

[They'll probably have got married by this time next year.]

This is in the future perfect tense.
They are not married at present. By this time next year they wil be in the state of marriage. In other words, by all probability they will have been married by that time.
By any chance, the possibility that they may not have been married remains still because "probability" can tell as much.

Only, this sentence brings to mind the act of the matrimony by using "got" instead of "been" (Americans may be tempted to use "gotten" in place of "got".). Nonetheless, the meaning is virtually the same.

[She won't probably go salsa dancing ever.]

If I rephrase it, it will read, "Probably she will never go salsa dancing again."
"will" here doesn't mean the future tense. It denotes her determination to not go salsa dancing. Here again, she leaves the door of possibility ajar with the word, "probably". However, she is, if anything, determined not to go salsa dancing again at the moment.


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Wow, those explanations just blew me away. Thanks.