The Modal Auxiliary Verb : May And Might

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Lengkapilah Kalimat Berikut dengan Menggunakan may, might atau could

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  • 1. 

    Children__________________not swim here

    The word "may" indicates that it is possible for children to not swim in this location. It suggests that there could be certain conditions or restrictions that prevent children from swimming there.

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  • 2. 

    ______________________I use your telephone please?

    The word "may" is used to ask for permission or to make a polite request. In this context, the person is asking if they can use the telephone.

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  • 3. 

    The officer told us that the plane_________________not arrive on time

    The use of "might" in this sentence suggests that there is a possibility that the plane will not arrive on time. The officer is uncertain about the plane's arrival and is conveying this uncertainty to the speaker.

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  • 4. 

    Please do not interfere in her business. She_________________not like it

    The word "may" is the correct answer because it indicates a possibility or permission. In this context, it suggests that the person being referred to might not appreciate or approve of interference in her business.

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    You_____________________________do as you like

    The word "may" is used to express permission or possibility. In this sentence, it suggests that the person being addressed has the freedom to do whatever they want.

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