Usage examples Modal verbs (May/Might)

  • It may include tests

  • What might they find?

  • You may not want to watch.

  • You may fool others

  • What might it mean?

  • He may not agree to meet.

  • They might have guests.

  • What might he say?

  • She may not want to go.

  • It might be months.

  • May I ask another favor?

  • I might not have wanted to go out with you.

  • The work may be hazardous

  • May I ask the name?

  • We might not be the best people.

  • The truth may be obscure.

  • May I have some cereal?

  • We might not like it, but it's the truth.

  • The terminology may be unfortunate.

  • May I see the verdict?

  • May I take a seat?

  • I may need to create a spreadsheet.

  • May I propose a toast?

  • You may want to open a window.

  • May I see the warrant?

  • We may need to replace a tooth.

  • May I use the phone?

  • You may begin to feed the patient.

  • Might I make a request?

  • You may want to pause the video.

  • What might they do?

  • I might not even recognise her.

  • They may have powers

  • What might they discover?

  • It might not even be her.

  • You might need excuses

  • Might I take a message?

  • You may not wanna know.

  • I might have plans.

  • Any information may be important.

  • May I have a knife?

  • The party may be great.

  • May we have a word?

  • It may help to slow the poisoning.

  • May I see the room?

  • You may want to reconsider that offer.

  • She may have changed her mind.

  • I may have missed my opportunity.

  • He might have been your friend.

  • They may have learned their lesson.

  • She might have been her shadow.

  • You might have broken your leg.

  • It might have been her imagination.

  • I may have updated my status.

  • And she may have some money.

  • And it might be the dance.

  • May I have the tape?

  • I may want to ask a reward.

  • May I have a glass?

  • You may want to remove the object.

  • May I take a message?

  • You may want to consider this training.

  • May I try another card?

  • She may continue to play the game.

  • May I use the restroom?

  • You may want to burn this basket!

  • You may calm yourselves.

  • We may be enemies

  • They may ask questions.

  • She may have children.

  • She may have nightmares.

  • I may face penalties.

  • They might have plans.

  • You might have nightmares.

  • They might find people.

  • They might have radios.

  • May I drink the juice?

  • You might not realize that now.

  • A person may be proud

  • May I ask the reason?

  • He might never show up there.

  • You may have saved my life.

  • May I join the conversation?

  • He might not have been lying.

  • We may have lost our freedom

  • May I unlock the box?

  • I think I may have hurt someone.

  • I think you may have broken something.

  • I think I might have met somebody.

  • It may have been relief.

  • It might have been pain.

  • It might have happened yesterday.

  • It might have been minutes.

  • I may have made mistakes

  • We might have been friends.

  • You may have seen signs.

  • I may have hit something.

  • I might have chosen something

  • We might have lost everything.

  • We might have gone home!

  • He may have seen something.

  • It might have been coincidence.

  • They might have been brothers.

  • I may have heard rumors.

  • I might have been watching a film.

  • He might have been telling the truth.

  • They may not have room for an animal in their home.

  • You may have saved his life.

  • May I write a note?

  • This may not be the right thing to do.

  • It might have been your head.

  • May I have some water?

  • You're afraid of what may not come.

  • He might have spared his emotion.

  • Might I ask a favor?

  • It may not be the same this time.

  • I think I might have found something!

  • It might have been fun.

  • I might have wounded someone.

  • We might have missed something.

  • I might have known Wendy.

  • It might have changed everything.

  • I might have done something.

  • They might have reached land.

  • I may have found something.

  • Shakespeare may not have written it.

  • I might have children.

  • What might you tell her?

  • Jake might not have heard you.

  • You might get shingles!

  • May I demand some wood?

  • He might not be that reasonable.

  • They might get mumps!

  • May I ask a question?

  • It might not be that easy.

  • She might have mentioned something.

  • You may want to rest this afternoon.

  • May I see the poem?

  • You may need to consult a dictionary.

  • But I might need some help.

  • But you might have the chance

  • And we might have a suspect.

  • And it may make a mess.

  • Or I might get a headache.

  • May I prepare some tea?

  • It might not be that simple.

  • She may have dreams.

  • May I have the bill?

  • I may not be that nice

  • I may find pearls.

  • May I see another stone?

  • It might not be that literal.

  • She might have visitors.

  • May I have a cigarette?

  • This may be some trap.

  • Might I have a pencil?

  • This may contain the secret

  • May I phone the doctor?

  • This may take some time

  • May I have a straw?

  • This may take a while.

  • May I go on?

  • It may hurt a little.

  • May we move on?

  • You may not ask him one little question!

  • A man may be brilliant

  • May I say a word?

  • The context may be stable

  • May I see some ID?

  • The moon may be full

  • Might I make a suggestion?

  • Every hour may be precious!

  • May I read this letter?

  • This guy may look harmless

  • May I clear the table?

  • This may be a break.

  • I may play games

  • I may not be that nice.

  • It may have been my fault.

  • May I have some milk?

  • We might not even need men in the process.

  • It may have been my idea.

  • May I keep the photograph?

  • He may not know how the game is played.

  • It might have been her mother.

  • You might not see me for a while.

  • It might take years.

  • May I take this guitar?

  • This might not mean much.

  • This time may be different.

  • May I come in?

  • We might have kids.

  • May I see the card?

  • You might not even need it.

  • He may know names.

  • Might I have another cup?

  • You may not want to remember

  • We might see monkeys.

  • May I see the file?

  • They may not be that simple.