English Lesson: “I don’t mind” vs “I don’t care”

One of the worst conversation scripts I hear all the time is “I don’t know. What do you want to do?” A: It’s about time for dinner. Where do you want to eat? B: I don’t know. What do you want to do? A: Do you want to go to the mall or watch a movie?Continue reading “English Lesson: “I don’t mind” vs “I don’t care””

English Lesson: “May” vs “Might”

“What’s the difference between ‘may’ and ‘might’? I always get them confused.” – Jose This is a great question that demonstrates a huge difference in conversational English and academic English. The simple answer is this: most people are never going to use “may”. “May” is just too polite. Everyone would rather say “Can I borrow $10?” instead of “MayContinue reading “English Lesson: “May” vs “Might””