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Maybe or May be
- We use 'Maybe' and 'May be' to talk about possibility.
'Maybe' is an adverb and it means the same as perhaps. It is written as one word.
Ex: Maybe my mother will come to me tonight.
- We use 'May be' as a modal verb in the phrase may be. They are two separate words.
Ex: Her husband may be cleaning the house.
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