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    "May / Could / Might / Would as well"

    Hello.

    What is the difference in meaning between these expressions?

    - May as well
    - Could as well
    - Might as well
    - Would as well

    I would be grateful for your help.

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: "May / Could / Might / Would as well"

    Any context? Sentences? It seems they differ in a way they differ without "as well"


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    Re: "May / Could / Might / Would as well"

    Hello.

    What is the difference in meaning?

    - You may as well / might as well / could as well / would as well open them all.
    - He may as well/ might as well / could as well / would as well take the car.

    Thanks.

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    Re: "May / Could / Might / Would as well"

    Quote Originally Posted by jesusengland View Post
    Hello.

    What is the difference in meaning?

    - You may as well / might as well / could as well / would as well open them all.
    - He may as well/ might as well / could as well / would as well take the car.

    Thanks.
    Why not write down what you think they mean, and we can see if we agree or not?

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