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Can we then say He may have come yesterday or just He might have come yesterday? Can we use may in the past tense or not?

  • English - Native speakers - ,

    They are pretty much interchangeable, yes.

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    Ok and the last one. Is there a singular form of sheets? Do we say change your sheets? (sheets on the bed, not a sheet of paper)

  • English - Native speakers - ,

    Yes, that word has both singular and plural form. You can refer to the top sheet, the bottom sheet, a fitted sheet (the ones whose corners are sewn so that it fits the mattress without having to be tucked in), a flat sheet, a crib sheet (for babies), etc.



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