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Everyday English - may and might

Everyday English - MAY and MIGHT

Many of my English students ask me about the difference between MAY and MIGHT. Here's an answer! I hope it helps you too :-)

MAY and MIGHT have the same meaning. It's like saying PERHAPS.
We use them to say something is possible.

"I may work late tonight." = It's possible I will work late tonight.
"I't's almost 10:00. My wife might be mad!"
"My brother might visit me tomorrow." = It's possible my brother will visit me tomorrow.
You can use MAY or MIGHT in either of these sentences.
"I might work late tonight." OR "My brother may visit me tomorrow."

Check out part 2 of the MAY or MIGHT
series at the link below!

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