4.10.3: Year 4 American English Lessons with Maestro Sersea

Hello students! During Year 4 of your American English studies, you will continue working on English Grammar, with one lesson per week for the entire year. Remember that the grammar video lesson below is just the beginning of the assignment. Your online research and further study into each grammar topic shared here will help you develop your American English skills.

You are encouraged to do your best to learn from each English grammar lesson as well as do further research via the Google search engine below if you need to learn more about each grammar topic.  Type today’s video grammar topic in the “Enhanced by Google” box below so you can search for more grammar resources.

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  1. 4.10.3: Year 4
    Everyday English grammar: Modal words” May, Might, and Must”
    May: We use, ‘may’ when we are not sure about something in the present or future but mostly used for present tense or expresses a high possibility.
    For example: I have a car, I may drive to the party.
    You may come at 11, if you wish.
    I haven’t your letter, it may have got lost in the post.
    Might: We use,’ might’ when we are sure about something and mostly used for the past
    perfect tense, expresses a lower probability.
    For example: I might see you tomorrow.
    It looks nice, but it might be very expensive.
    It is quite bright; it might not rain today.
    Must: The modal verb ‘must’ be used to express obligation and necessity.
    For example: I must stop smoking, it is really bad for my health.
    We must pay taxes.

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