Good day fellow teachers,
Could you please help me understand this point in grammar:
In Close-up b1 1st edition, there was this question in the workbook:
Correct the verb with be going to
Be careful! You .................. (hurt) yourself with that hammar.
In Close-up b1 2nd edition, the book gave this example of using might/could for predictions we believe but don īt have any evidence for:
Be careful! You might/could break the window.
If going to was used in the first sentence with "Be careful" for predictions that we have an evidence for, how can might/could be used in the 2nd sentence with "Be careful" to show a prediction we don īt have any evidence for?