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Mike 麦克儿 vip

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2020.03.24 09:13

英语口语

Could be. 可能

It could be better. 这可能会更好一点
It could be

worse. 可能会更糟糕
It could be different. 可能会有所不同
You could be a singer. 你可能当一个歌手
You could be a genius. 你可能当一个天才
You could be more attractive. 你可能会更好看
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  • Mia 2020.03.24 09:17

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    wo w
  • jennifer 2020.03.24 09:22

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    thx. Does it talk about something happened or something going to happen?
  • Angel 2020.03.24 09:25

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    发音都好美
  • Mike 麦克儿 2020.03.24 09:25

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    @jennifer 是个possibility. 有可能going to happen.
  • Jack 2020.03.24 09:30

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    @PennyPenny 好清晰!👍
  • Anna 2020.03.24 09:30

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    谢谢
  • jennifer 2020.03.24 09:31

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    @Mike 麦克儿 got it. thx. so “it should be” is talking about something happened, right?
  • Jack 2020.03.24 09:32

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    @Anna 这是个好办法😊
  • 鸡仔饼 2020.03.24 09:37

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    may be也可以吗
  • Mike 麦克儿 2020.03.24 09:37

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    @jennifer should be is also a possibility for the future. A firm possibility. 应该是 = should be.
  • Mike 麦克儿 2020.03.24 09:38

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    @鸡仔饼 may be 有点弱。Could be 更强,更有可能
  • II 2020.03.24 09:38

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    He could be Mike.
  • Anna 2020.03.24 09:45

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    @Jack 嗯嗯 不跟读读不好呀(●°u°●)​ 」 虽然现在跟读也没改进,但是相信会进步的
  • jennifer 2020.03.24 09:45

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    @Mike 麦克儿 ah...got it. thx. so can you tell me what do you say when something already happened?
  • 鸡仔饼 2020.03.24 09:51

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    @Mike 麦克儿 Ohoh,alright
  • Jack 2020.03.24 09:57

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    @Anna 会的
  • Lina 2020.03.24 10:43

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    You could be a good teacher.
  • Christine 2020.03.24 11:15

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    You could be more fascinating than that girl.
  • Rosie 2020.03.25 15:20

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    Could you please tell me when to use 'would' and 'will'? Because sometimes they both mean 会. And I'm confused all the time.

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