This is a worksheet on might/may… but for qualifying criticism.
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Might/may – qualifying criticism
Messi may/might be small, but he’s the best Player in the world.
She might/may not speak much in class, but she always does well in the exams.
We use “may/might…., but” as another way of expressing “although/even though”
Even though he’s small, Messi is the best player in the world.
Although she doesn’t speak in class, she always does well in exams.
Match the sentence halves together.
|1. It might be cold,||a. But he’s fitter than me.|
|2. He might be handsome,||b. But it has charm.|
|3. She might look stupid,||c. But it’s sunny.|
|4. He may be a heavy smoker,||d. But he’s great company.|
|5. Exeter might be a small city,||e. But when you get to know him he’s really sweet.|
|6. The dog might be really annoying,||f. But he’s a nasty piece of work.|
|7. He might seem unfriendly,||g. But it gets me from A to B.|
|8. It might not be the best car in the world,||h. But she knows a lot more than you.|
Key: 1-c, 2-f, 3-h, 4-a, 5-b, 6-d, 7-e, 8-g
Make sentences about these celebrities using the structure: