Writing is wonderful but it’s even better when done without spelling mistakes and knowing that what is being written is correct. It is normal that sometimes we are assailed by doubts about how to write a certain word, but the best thing is that these doubts only last a few seconds and you know how to answer them yourself, so you will know that you learned well to write decades ago. Although you may still have doubts sometimes about whether to write alomejor or a lo mejor.
Once you know how to write, you will have no more doubts and if your children ever ask you, you will know how to answer them and they will also learn forever how to write correctly and why. Will it be written maybe or maybe? Together or separately?
Next we are going to solve this doubt, do not miss the following explanations and examples of the use of this phrase. You will be able to solve your doubts forever and you will never make a typo again.
Maybe or maybe
First, before we start we are going to make one thing clear: the correct way it is to write to the best; alomejor and alo mejor do not exist, so if you write it in either of these two erroneous ways you will be wrong.
According to the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy, maybe it is a colloquial adverbial phrase that means “perhaps” or “perhaps”. It is used to express a possibility, a hypothesis or a doubt. Example: Maybe I’ll go to your house this afternoon to see you; Maybe I’ll come to your house this afternoon to see you.
What is an adverbial phrase?
Before continuing, it’s a good idea to know what an adverbial phrase means and why What do we use in language? An adverbial phrase is made up of several words and is a fixed expression. Adverbs can be classified according to their use (quantity, manner, time, etc), “maybe” is an adverbial phrase of doubt.
Don’t be confused
There are those who are confused by what this adverbial phrase is like when carrying the word “best” in it. In this sense, they think that it can express positive conditions, but nothing is further from the truth. It can be used both in hypotheses with positive and negative connotations. Examples:
- Maybe we are going to spend the weekend in the Pyrenees to enjoy the fresh air.
- Some It’s better not to call me because he has stopped loving me.
Examples with “maybe”
- Maybe if you try go that way, you don’t get lost.
- Today I won’t be able to call you, maybe tomorrow.
- Maybe the doctor will see me before the time.
- If I take this medication, maybe I’ll be fine.
- Maybe your brother can help me with these doubts I have.
- If he hasn’t come all afternoon, maybe it’s because he didn’t hear the message that you sent him.