Modal verb May/might May be May

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Modal verb May/might Modal verb May/might

May be May and might are both used when we say that something is possible May be May and might are both used when we say that something is possible and we get some suggestions. There is no important difference between may and might. Употребляется для выражения предположения, в правдоподобии которого говорящий не уверен. В этом случае may переводится на русский вероятно, возможно, а инфинитив – глаголом в настоящем и будущем времени. She may be (or might be) with Mary, I suppose. Она, вероятно , с Мэри, я полагаю.

Who can translate these sentences? 1. The steamer may arrive tomorrow morning. 2. It may rainWho can translate these sentences? 1. The steamer may arrive tomorrow morning. 2. It may rain today. 3. They may paint the newspaper.

May/ might have been  May and might can be used with the Perfect Infinitive whenMay/ might have been May and might can be used with the Perfect Infinitive when we say what was possible in the past. Употребляется для выражения предположения, относящегося к прошлому. Переводится : возможно, вероятно , а инфинитив – глаголом в прошедшем времени. She may/might have been very busy. Она, вероятно , была очень занята.

Who can translate these sentences? 1. She might have been busy. 2. He may have returnedWho can translate these sentences? 1. She might have been busy. 2. He may have returned to Moscow. 3. Mike may have passed his exams.

Translate from Russian into English 1. Он, возможно, знает её адрес.  He may/might know herTranslate from Russian into English 1. Он, возможно, знает её адрес. He may/might know her address. 2. Она , вероятно, уехал из Москвы. She may/might have left Moscow. 3. Они, вероятно, приедут в Лондон летом. They may/might come to London in summer. 4. Джон, возможно, потерял ваш адрес. John may/might have lost your address. 5. Машина , вероятно, ещё не приехала. The car may/might not have come yet. 6. Ученики, вероятно, в школе. The pupils may/might be at school.

May / might be May/ might have been вероятно, возможно,  а инфинитив – глаголом вMay / might be May/ might have been вероятно, возможно, а инфинитив – глаголом в настоящем и будущем времени. возможно, вероятно , а инфинитив – глаголом в прошедшем времени. She may be (or might be) with Mary. (Она, вероятно , с Мэри, я полагаю. ) She may/might have been very busy. (Она, вероятно , была очень занята. )

Might have been  Might with the Perfect Infinitive  expresses criticism ,  or reproach.Might have been Might with the Perfect Infinitive expresses criticism , or reproach. ( упрек) You might have told me about your plans. Why didn’t you? (Ты мог бы рассказать мне о своих планах. Почему ты это не сделал? )

Make up a sentences with reproach. 1. You came too late. 2. You changed your plans.Make up a sentences with reproach. 1. You came too late. 2. You changed your plans. 3. You haven’t taken the dog for a walk. 4. You went to the cinema without telling me about it. 5. We wrote a test today and I didn’t know it, nobody told me about.

May / might be May/ might have been вероятно, возможно,  а инфинитив – глаголом вMay / might be May/ might have been вероятно, возможно, а инфинитив – глаголом в возможно, вероятно , а инфинитив – глаголом в She may be (or might be) with Mary. She may/might have been very busy. настоящем и будущем времени. прошедшем времени. (Она, вероятно , с Мэри, я полагаю. ) (Она, вероятно , была очень занята. )

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