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may and might different

April 06, 2017
Keerthi
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Might (past form of may) Used to suggest a smaller possibility than may does (actually, might is more common than may in American English) : He might have finished it. I might go see a doctor. I might not come this time. It might be right. You might have lost it. The store might have been closed today.
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May Used to ask for formal permission: May I come in? May I say something now? May I ask one question? Used to suggest something that is possible: She may agree with this plan. They may not be happy about what happened. It may shower tonight.
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may and might different
Might (past form of may) Used to suggest a smaller possibility than may does (actually, might is more common than may in American English) : He might have finished it. I might go see a doctor. I might not come this time. It might be right. You might have lost it. The store might have been closed today.

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