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May Might & Can

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Can - May - Might
 
 
CAN means "capable of doing" (ability)
 
MAY is used to ask permission - or - to say there is a fair possibility
 
MIGHT is used to say there is a possibility but that it is not very likely
 
 
 
I speak French well.
 
I help you?
 
The Queen visit tomorrow.
 
I close the door?
 
go on holiday to Spain.
 
I drive.

I eat the last apple?

I run faster than my brother.
 
I eat steak tonight.
 
I live to be more than a hundred years old.
 
I swim.
 
My mother  telephone me today.
 
I win the lottery this weekend.
 
I kiss you?
 
I see Brad Pitt when I am in Hollywood.
 
I see the sea from my apartment.
 
We find aliens on Mars.
 
 
Meanings - Complete the statements below
 
May I eat the last apple?
- There
- There
- The person
 
 
I  may eat steak tonight
- Does the person have to eat steak?
- Can he eat something else?
- Is he thinking about eating steak?
- When is he thinking of eating steak?
- Will he eat steak tonight?
 
 
I can see the sea from my apartment?
- Where does the person live?
- Is it close to the sea?
- Does the apartment have any views?
- Is it possible to see the sea when in the apartment?
 
 
I might see Brad Pitt when I am in Hollywood.
- Where is the person?
- Where is Brad Pitt?
- Does he know Brad Pitt?
- Does he have a meeting arranged with Brad Pitt?
- Does he want to meet Brad Pitt?
- Is he going to meet Brad Pitt?