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Anonymous asked: Hello, I would like to know which of the sentence below is correct. 1) You can go for your recess now. 2) You can go to recess now. 3) You can go out for recess. 4) You can go out to recess. Thank you in advance.
Hello anon! Thanks for asking. The correct answer is 3) You can go out for recess.
Ask, not aks! pronounce the word properly to get higher score!
“May" and "might" are both ways of expressing possibility. One key difference between the two words is that "may" is the present tense form, while "might" is the past tense form.
Besides that, here is other useful information:
Moreover, there is a big difference between “may not" and "might not”:
This concludes our post on “may" vs. "might.”
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