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  • the word might is a motile verb.

  • Motels help us talk about necessity or possibility.

  • A motile verb shows how a speaker feels about an action or event.

  • Usually, the motile verb does not get any special stress or loudness in the sentence.

  • However, when the speaker has a strong, positive or negative feeling, they say the motile louder.

  • For example, when Honest said the motile might, she did not use any stress.

  • But when Rebecca said the motile might, she gives it a special stress.

  • This shows she has strong feelings, right?

  • Wait, there's more.

  • You are thinking you might get a job writing the news.

  • I might get a job rating the news.

  • I might.

  • That means I might not, and I'm studying really hard.

  • Now.

  • You try it.

  • Will you talk to an English speaker this week?

  • I will talk to an English speaker this week.

  • I might talk to an English speaker this week.

  • Now use stress to show a strong feeling with either will or might.

  • Well, your English be perfect by next month.

  • My English will be perfect by next month.

  • My English might be perfect by next month.

the word might is a motile verb.

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Let's Learn English Lesson 34 Pronunciation Practice

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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