Usage Tip: “I may” vs. “I might"

Usage Tip: “I may” vs. “I might"
Usage Tip: “I may” vs. “I might"
Usage Tip: “I may” vs. “I might"
Usage Tip: “I may” vs. “I might"
Usage Tip: “I may” vs. “I might"
Usage Tip: “I may” vs. “I might"
Usage Tip: “I may” vs. “I might"
Usage Tip: “I may” vs. “I might"
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Here’s a rhyming verse that will help students remember the subtle difference between using the modal verbs “may” and “might."

Wouldn’t it be great to hook your students with something fun and lively, and still have plenty of time for the rest of your lesson?

Still not sure? Try out our free 60-Second Steinbecks sample video and see how we show students when to use "who" and when to use "whom." But be forewarned! Once you watch a 60-Second Steinbecks video, you may not get that tune out of your head!
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