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1. i can be a detective.
2. I could be a detective.
3. Maybe I could be a detective.

(What is the difference among them in meaning?)

  1. Writeacher

    There's not much difference. Numbers 2 and 3 are less confident than number 1, and I think that's because of the difference between "can" and "could."

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