Could vs. May
'Could' and 'may' are modal verbs that are often mistaken since they are both used to ask for permission. In this lesson, we will learn when to use them.
Can vs. May
May and can are modal verbs that are commonly used in the English language. In this lesson, we will learn their uses and differences.
May vs. Must
'May' and 'must' are modal verbs that are confused by learners because they talk about possibilities and probabilities. Click here to learn their differences.
There are some modal verbs that can be used to make offers in English. In this article, we will learn about them. Click here to read more.
May vs. Shall
'May' and 'shall' are modal verbs confused by learners as both of them are used to make offers. In this lesson, we will learn their uses and differences.
Giving and Asking for Permission
Asking permission is a social skill that is a need in any culture. On the other hand, being able to allow someone to do something is another skill. Read more.
Talking about Deduction
'Deduction' means to make guesses based on former information about something. In this article, we learn how to make deductions about events.
May vs. Will
'May' and 'will' are modal verbs that confuse learners because they both make offers. In this lesson, we will learn more about them.
May vs. Might
'May' and 'might' are modal verbs that talk about possibilities. In this lesson, we will learn their differences and similarities.
May and Might
May and Might are modal verbs. Some people think they are interchangeable, especially in speech, but is there really no differences between these two?
Talking about Possibilities
There are different ways to talk about possibilities in English. Each way has its own function. We can also express our thoughts through possibilities.