What is the difference between might and may?

May and might have the same meaning when used as a modal (or helping verb.)   Examples:  She may go shopping.  She might go shopping.  The only difference is may is slightly more formal to some people.  Many people use might more often in speaking and may more often in writing.  But they can change depending on the person and their mood. Remember, though, may is also used …

RECALCITRANT

Recalcitrant [ rɪˈkalsɪtr(ə)nt ] = अड़ियल In Latin , 'Re' means 'back' and 'calcitrare' means 'to kick' So the word Recalcitrate means 'to kick back' . Now a days we're using the word RECALCITRANT to refer to a person who is difficult to handle or deal with . The individual does not like to be …

‘dime a dozen’

This is an expression that is mostly used in informal contexts. When we say something is 'dime a dozen' , It means It is very uncommon ; It is abundant , and is of very little value. Background- In U.S. a 'dime' is a ten-cent coin. If you can buy a dozen items for ten-cent, …

A Dress-down Day

It's 'Dress-down Friday' .  Does it mean the same thing as 'casual Friday' ? - Yes! Many companies across the world observe dress-down Friday. The management allows its employees to be dressed informally. This is supposed to create a relaxed atmosphere in the office.