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What will happen?
 What may happen?
 What might happen?
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We use will, may and might to talk about
predictions based...
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We use this phrase when we are sure
something will happen.

Examples:
 We will definitely go out on Friday night.
 Th...
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This phrase is used when we are fairly sure
(perhaps 75% sure) something will happen.

Examples:
 We will probably go ...
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These verbs are used to say that something
could happen

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Examples:
We might go out on Friday night.

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I may not co...
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1. people/definitely / use / mobile phones /in the future
2. they/ certainly / not write / letters
5. people /read /books (might )
8. computers /replace teachers (may, might or
will)
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Will, may, might

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Will, may, might

  1. 1. What will happen?  What may happen?  What might happen?   We use will, may and might to talk about predictions based on opinions: something that we believe or calculate.
  2. 2.  We use this phrase when we are sure something will happen. Examples:  We will definitely go out on Friday night.  There definitely won’t be any disagreement.  It certainly won’t rain today.
  3. 3.  This phrase is used when we are fairly sure (perhaps 75% sure) something will happen. Examples:  We will probably go to the movies tonight.  I probably won’t be late tomorrow.
  4. 4.  These verbs are used to say that something could happen  Examples: We might go out on Friday night.  I may not come to the class tomorrow. 
  5. 5.  1. people/definitely / use / mobile phones /in the future
  6. 6. 2. they/ certainly / not write / letters
  7. 7. 5. people /read /books (might )
  8. 8. 8. computers /replace teachers (may, might or will)

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