what about: e possibile ma improbabile?
That works too!
...but not likely ...should also be accepted.
why not unlikely?
more common in english than not likely
sarah...I think both are common in English - I for one would be hard pressed to articulate a difference between the two, and putting it into words to everyone's satisfaction is highly unlikely and not likely to happen.
you're right, very nicely put!
Thanks! I appreciate it.
"Your existence is not impossible, but it's also not very likely." (c)
"Nothing is impossible, only highly improbable"