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English Grammar

May & May Have

May Have - something maybe or possibly

  • You may have the flu.
  • Shemay have gone to the store.
  • You may have money to go to the movies.
  • Your sister may have worked late.
  • The girls may have to go to the doctor today.

May - to say something is possible; when not sure if something is going to happen

  • She may come to work late next week.
  • I may learn English.
  • The car may not be working.
  • I may not be working next year.
  • The boys may play football next week.

12 English Verb Tense

For & Since

For & Since Quiz

Have & Has Chart

Have & Have Got Examples

Main Verb Tenses

Main Verb Tense Quiz

May Have

May & May Have

Verb Groups

Auxiliary Verbs

Auxiliary Verbs Quiz #1

Auxiliary Verbs Quiz #2

Verb Tense "to be"

Verb Tense "to be" Chart

Future Verb Tenses

Modal Verbs

Modal Verb Rules

Verb Tense "Can"

Verb Tense "Could"

Verb Tense "Could" Structure

"Wishes" & Verb Tenses

"Wishes" & Verb Tense Chart

Verb Tense "Have"

Verb Tense "Have" Chart

Present Verb Tenses

Past Verb Tenses

Adjectives

There Is & There Are

There Is & There Are Quiz #1

There Is & There Are Quiz #2

Tag Questions

Tag Questions Quiz

Types of Questions In English