Which one of the following statements most accurately characterizes a difference between the two passages?

Rowan on August 23, 2017

True vs. False

What is the the difference between "could be true" and "not necessarily true"?

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Mehran on August 23, 2017

@rstjohn "could be true" means it is possible it is true, i.e. not necessarily false.

"Not necessarily true" means it is possible it is not true, i.e. could be false.

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