Sunday, November 18, 2012

Using may, might, can and could

November 18, 2012

Can, may and might Can is mainly used to talk about theoretical possibility. We do not normally use can in affirmative clauses to talk about the chances that something will actually happen. To express this meaning, we use may/might/could. Compare: There may be a strike next week. (= It is possible that there will be […]

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