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Everyday English - may and might III

Everyday English - may and might III

Today let's look at the negative forms of MAY and MIGHT.
To say something may not happen or be possible we simply add NOT.
"Leo will work late tonight so he MAY NOT come to the party."
= Perhaps Leo won't come.
A: "Why didn't Greg come to the party?"
B: "I'm not sure, he MAY NOT have been feeling well."
= Perhaps Greg didn't feel well.

"My brother may visit me this weekend so 
I may not be able to play basketball with you."

Write 3 sentences from your own experience that use MAY NOT or MIGHT NOT in the comment section below!

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