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This was a lot of information to absorb on the usage of modal auxiliary verbs. There may only be a few, but all have rules applying to degrees of formality. I never really thought about using ?may? for more formal requests. When we were brought up as kids, the simple request for anything was always ?May I have??.?. However, the same can be accomplish with ?Could I have?.?, but it?s more of a polite structure (request) then the more formal structured with ?May I?. Just interesting how a simple word like ?could? or ?may? changes the structure (request) to make items/sentences/requests apply a more formal structure.