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    Mixed Doubts

    1. Please correct this: I've visited a teacher, doctor and an artist, once to each of them.
    2. Don’t u ever dare to venture into that or won't you ever dare to venture into that?
    3. You may have felt that’s…(how can it be may? Shouldn't it be might? But I've seen this in several books.
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    Re: Mixed Doubts

    Please ask unrelated questions in separate threads, with a title specific to each. You'll get quicker answers that way.

    3. In this context, may and might are both acceptable, with no significant difference between them. (may or might would have been a good title for this question.)

    A good title for #1 would be I've visited a teacher, doctor and an artist .., and for #2 Don't/Won't you ever dare to venture ...

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    Re: Mixed Doubts

    Thanks for guiding me. I'm hours-old on this site and hence the difficulty. And, is there a way to know if my posts are answered? My notifications is not showing it. I keep checking each post separately often to know the updates, which will obviously become difficult as the number of posts increase.

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    Re: Mixed Doubts

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