''may well be'' or ''may will be''

Discussion in 'English Only' started by aytacatlas_usa, Apr 20, 2006.

  1. aytacatlas_usa New Member

    Bursa/TURKEY
    Turkish / Turkey
    hi friends , I want to know about which one is correct'' may will be'' or may well be ?

    actually , I know that '' may well be'' is gramatically correct . but I am not so sure about '' may will be '' is a regional usage or just a typo on web . in my opinion it cannot be typo . I came across this sentence in a official site .


    Corresponding Members shall not be required to pay dues but may will be required to pay a fee for meetings of the Society that they attend.

    if you enlighten me about usage of ''may well be and ''may will be'' , I will be grateful .

     
  2. coconutpalm

    coconutpalm Senior Member

    Shanghai, China
    Chinese,China
    I think it's a typo.
     
  3. Tabac Senior Member

    Pacific Northwest (USA)
    U. S. - English
    I'm certain that "may will be" is a typo.
     
  4. Barboncino

    Barboncino Junior Member

    Cardiff
    English, Wales
    I think they couldn't decide between 'may be' and 'will be' and forgot to delete one of them:

    may will be required to pay

    may will be required to pay

    It's definitely a typo! ;)
     

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