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may | might + as well

If you want to make an unenthusiastic suggestion or say you are not enjoying, interested in, or approving of something, then you can use this grammar structure with ‘may as well‘ or ‘might as well‘. Here are some examples.  The first is a student speaking test example: You might as well just open the door to an unknown person. TLC female Mexico B2 Expert …

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VERB + PARTICLE + PREPOSITION + OBJECT ‘get back to you’

B2 English Grammar Profile point 49 in VERBS/phrasal-prepositional is defined as: increasing range of verb + particle + preposition + noun or pronoun   An iWeb search for: _VV _RP _I _P 1 GET BACK TO YOU 19937 EVP C1 They can learn more things from this experience and they might get back to their school with more self-confidence. PELIC STUDENT Korean, Female, level 4, writing class 2 …

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