The answer given is "She may be able to change", what triggers the "may" in this sentence? My very literal translation is "She can manage to change" which doesn't seem to have the same element of doubt about her ability to change.
"Ela pode conseguir mudar" means she may or may not be able. When you say "She can manage to change" you are sure that she can do it.
This seems like a strange sentence. What is the difference between poder and conseguir?
Thank you for your reply. I'm still a bit puzzled but I'm sure it's just me being stupid.
Couldn't "talvez" be used instead? And since this sentence is uncertain, wouldn't the subjunctive be used?
I think talvez is "maybe", rather than "may be"