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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #113289: Maybe or May be
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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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    1. her nephew will go to the snowmobiling later today.

    2. His stepsister the first person to do snorkelling among her family.

    3. Sweets dangerous to your teeth.

    4. one day I will learn and do waterskiing.

    5. Her sister the last person that she tells about her uncle's death.

    6. My father able to fix my tablet which is out of work.

    7. If my grandmother needs help, I will help her.

    8. It the heaviest traffic jam I have ever seen.

    9. , if you practise enough, you will learn sailboarding.

    10. John: Mom, where are my inline skates? Mom: They in your room or on the stairs.

    11. She able to continue her life without any help from her parents.

    12. he can tell them about the game which they couldn't see last night.

    13. I going to another city to visit my daughter.

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