Everyday English – may and might V

Everyday English – may and might V
1 more thing to be careful of.
If we talk about a situation that is not real we can’t use MAY. When a sentence starts with the conditional IF, we are going to use MIGHT to describe what is possible.

“If I was George I MIGHT look for a different job.”
MAY is not possible in this sentence.

“If this was my party I MIGHT NOT HAVE invited Leo. He likes to cause trouble .”
MAY is also not possible in this sentence.
“Leo is a troublemaker when he drinks.”

How were the blogs this week? Did you write some of your own examples? Remember if you have any English questions you can write them in the comment box below!

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