Hello Ary! :)
'Maybe' and 'perhaps' mean the same - they are interchangeable, which means that you can use either.
'Do you think it will rain today?' 'Perhaps it will, the sky is very dark.. Maybe it will, the sky looks very dark.
However, it is useful to remember the words 'may be;' 'may' indicates possibility:
I may be late for work today as I have missed the bus.' 'I've missed the bus, maybe I'll be late for work.'
I may be getting married later this year if we can afford to.
We have managed to save a lot of money this year, so maybe we'll get married.
Hello ,June! I can not undestand when I should use " as well " and when " too" .What is the diference? Thank you! Gala.
Hello Gala! :)
These phrases mean 'in addition': as well and too; also means the same but it is placed in a sentence differently..
I returned my books back to the library and I took my mother's books as well.
I returned my books back to the library and I took my mother's books too.
I returned my books back to the library and I also returned my mother's books.
You would also say in a speech; I would also like to thank...' :)
He is not only handsome he is also generous.
Here are another three sentences:
I like rock music and I like classical music as well.
I like rock music but I like classical music too.
I like rock music and I also like classical music.
I hope this helps, Gala!
Thank you very much.
Hi, dear June!
What's the difference between these sentences?
"See you Wednesday" and "See you on Wednesday"
Maybe the first sentence signifies something like "See you the next Wednesday", while the second one stands for "See you every Wednesday".
Sometimes I see on the shop windows signs on which is written "Open Sunday" or "Open on Sunday".
I think that the first sentence is for "Open the next Sunday", the second one means "Open every Sunday"
I'm not sure at all! :(
P.S. Unlike Italian, I have made use of a capital letter, writing in English the days of the week. Have I been correct?
Thanks for everything!
how much will you be paid?
it means How much I will be paid or me Will be paid?