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please correct this sentence. "He mightn't be an avid reader when he grows up" please note that, I should use "might not" in my sentences
20 de ago de 2018 12:29
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Using mightn't is perfectly fine and very good English. So use either 'might not' or 'mightn't'; both are correct, and one is not better than the other.
20 de Agosto de 2018
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