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Does this mean the axe starts to fall again from Monday, can't wait.
Bill Phillips: You are in for a real treat.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 29 Nov 2014, 06:32
I'm looking forward - oh, in our English lesson we learnt the differences in using 'may- might- is likely - must - could -should - is not to ...' - a very complex and complicatede language, indeed!
Bill Phillips: Some would say that may is the more correct if you are speaking in the present tense, and might if it is in the past. However, both are used and are acceptable in either situation. Also might is probably more correct when referring to a possibility that is in the past. For example. He might have visited the chemists on his way to the doctors. But again may could be used just as well. Could and should is a much clearer difference as is can I and may I
  • Chris
  • England
  • 29 Nov 2014, 06:38
Oh dear...I feel my good name and stainless character are about to be blackened
Bill Phillips: You are being paranoid
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 29 Nov 2014, 08:16
Our English teacher said that 'might' should be used if a situation is more likely (ca. 70%), 'may' if less likely (ca. 30%), 'likely' if ca. 100%. for examply: you might show us a fine series, no, you are likely to show us ..., a must-see, for sure!
Bill Phillips: I think in present usage most people probably use might pretty well all the time.
I can't wait to discover it Bill!
Bill Phillips: I hope you enjoy it Richard grin
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 29 Nov 2014, 08:32
I'm agog; I won't sleep with the excitement of it all.
Bill Phillips: Britain needs Gogs
Are you sure you didn't mean a land fill series.
Bill Phillips: Have you managed to see a preview?
The mind boggles Bill. I suspect we might be in for a laugh
Bill Phillips: I hope so Janet
My back and neck are playing me up and I have just ripped a toe nail off, I am suffering , do I really need to suffer more on Monday.
Bill Phillips: You might get a laugh or two out of it. Get a wheat pack...they are great for pains.
In fear of wishing my ageing life away too early I will not say 'Can't wait till Monday', which doesn't of course dampen my interest in seeing what delights you have in store for us.
Bill Phillips: Don't wish a minute away in anticipation of Monday Brian
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 29 Nov 2014, 14:50
Not "might be puzzled but all may become clear" then?
Bill Phillips: I am trying to excite interest......
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 29 Nov 2014, 15:29
Oooo what excitement Bill
Bill Phillips: You can't beat a bit of hype
Waiting with baited breath, Bill. Usually trailers show you most of highlights; glad you are keeping your new landmark series under wraps until Monday. The anticipation is palpable!
Bill Phillips: Ah highlights.............
i am looking forward to being confused Monday Bill...
i love a challenge....petersmile
Bill Phillips: I have been challenged for a long time Peter
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: Where the sun rises first in England
  • 29 Nov 2014, 20:14
You work too bloody hard Billiam .. With the numerous excited comments you have been getting from Mick Shaw you obviously will be getting one viewer. It better bloody be worth it
Bill Phillips: He is so excited he is ripping out his toenails.....I am starting to worry about him
Puzzlement restricted to newer members only, then, eh?
Bill Phillips: Brand new customers only....and those with short memories
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 30 Nov 2014, 23:23
Needs a track of spooky music, Bill...
Bill Phillips: I didn't want to over hype it Ray

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