自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
ADV 或许;大概;可能 You use maybe to express uncertainty, for example when you do not know that something is definitely true, or when you are mentioning something that may possibly happen in the future in the way you describe.
Maybe she is in love...
Maybe he sincerely wanted to help his country...
ADV 也许，或许(用于提出建议、作出礼貌的请求等) You use maybe when you are making suggestions or giving advice. Maybe is also used to introduce polite requests.
Maybe we can go to the movies or something...
Maybe you'd better tell me what this is all about...
ADV 可能，也许(用于表示某一观点部分属实，但另一观点也应该加以考虑) You use maybe to indicate that, although a comment is partly true, there is also another point of view that should be considered.
Maybe there is jealousy, but I think the envy is more powerful...
OK, maybe I am a failure, but, in my opinion, no more than the rest of this country.
ADV 可能吧(用于表示未置可否) You can say maybe as a response to a question or remark, when you do not want to agree or disagree.
'Do you think that another country will step in to become the dominant military power in the region?' — 'Maybe.'...
'Is she coming back?' — 'Maybe. No one hears from her.'
ADV 大概,大约(用于对数目、数量或价值等作出约略的估计) You use maybe when you are making a rough guess at a number, quantity, or value, rather than stating it exactly.
The men were maybe a hundred feet away and coming closer.
ADV 有时(尤用于笼统地描述某人的行为或经常发生的事情) People use maybe to mean 'sometimes', particularly in a series of general statements about what someone does, or about something that regularly happens.
They'll come to the bar for a year, or maybe even two, then they'll find another favourite spot.