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  2. May you do this for me?” The modal verb may has many uses. The OED entry gives 26 numbered definitions with numerous sub-sections. One of the definitions is this one: may: Expressing permission or sanction: be allowed (to do something) by authority, law, rule, morality, reason, etc. Now somewhat rare exc. (Brit.) in asking and granting permission.
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  4. I know, for a specific date, it is used on: On 16 May I also know, when you refer to a month or year alone you use in: In June, In But I saw in internet some sources that when you put together a month and the year, they use both "on" and "in". I suppose that the correct form is In May of
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  7. Aug 05,  · Stuart Cook - March 17, , am Reply. Hi, Rachel. I think the example of the response you can but you may not would work well only as a sarcastic or witty remark. In everyday modern usage, can and may both express permission, except with different levels of formality. I do appreciate that this usage can differ slightly in the US, though.
  8. Jun 09,  · —Yes, you may. _____ Yes, you may use "may" in sentences like that. In such sentences, the verb "may" introduces a subjunctive quality to the sentence (adding wish or hope). Ex: "May you rest in peace." Ex: "May you be blessed this holiday season." Some languages have entirely different verb forms for these types of sentiments.

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