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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #2190: May or Must
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Modals [Change theme]
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    May or Must

    Example : Perhaps you don't agree with me

                   - You may not agree with me.

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    1. Perhaps it won't rain tomorrow.

    2. It's certainly very late.

    3. She is certainly older than her husband.

    4. He's certainly very good at languages.

    5. Perhaps he is not the murderer.

    6. Perhaps she won't get our letter in time.

    7. Perhaps there's a mistake somewhere.

    8. Perhaps there will be a storm tonight.

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