What is the difference between MAYBE and MAY BE?
This is a common mistake in written English, even for native speakers.
First we look at the meaning of MAYBE (one word).
Then we look at the meaning of MAY BE (two words).
We give an example using both of these words in the same sentence and explain what each one means.
The we have some more example sentences to highlight the difference between these words.
Finally we have a simple quiz that contains 8 sentences. Viewers need to correctly add the word MAYBE or MAY BE in the blank space. Answers are given after a brief pause.
For more details and example sentences, see our grammar lesson here: https://www.woodwardenglish.com/maybe-may-be-difference/
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