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    may / might

    Hi there,
    Please proofread the following sentence.

    Do bring some cup noodles because your aunt doesn't cook well. You might eat noodles most of the time.

    Thanks
    simon

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    Re: may / might

    Hi there,

    I don't know neither. Anyone can help.

    Do bring some cup noodles because your aunt doesn't cook well. You might eat noodles most of the time.

    thanks
    pete


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    Re: may / might

    What's the question?

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    Re: may / might

    Hi there,

    Could you proofread this sentence?
    Do bring some cup noodles because your aunt doesn't cook well. You might eat noodles most of the time.

    thanks
    pete


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    Re: may / might

    Quote Originally Posted by peter123 View Post
    Hi there,

    Could you proofread this sentence?
    Do bring some cup noodles because your aunt doesn't cook well. You might eat noodles most of the time.

    thanks
    pete
    Okay, I have, Pete. It seems fine to me, though I would say 'cup 'a noodles'.

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