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    #1

    'She may not be at home' or ' She may be not at home'

    1. She may not be at home.

    2. She may be not at home.

    Which is correct?

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    Re: 'She may not be at home' or ' She may be not at home'

    1. is correct.

    Rover

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    Re: 'She may not be at home' or ' She may be not at home'

    You can also say, "She mightn't be at home", which sounds a lot more natural to me - really.

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