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    #1

    can-may-might see still see some Japanese women wearing them.

    In a major Japanese city you can still see some Japanese women wearing them.

    Instead of "you can still see", can we say "you may/might still see"? I mean, the function of "can" possibility or ability? If it is possibility, then is it grammatically correct if I say "you may/might see"?
    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: can-may-might see still see some Japanese women wearing them.

    Any of the three is possible. If the writer is referring to kimono, I can testify that you certainly do see Japanese women wearing them.
    I am not a teacher.

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