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Would Must Never Dare Need Keep Kept Used to Ought to Going to
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AUXILIARY VERB - "MIGHT"
Uses of - MIGHT
 
Might is not a past form of may, but a past equivalent of may.
It is used to express disapproval of some kind.
- To express future possibility.
 
Examples
Your late coming might not be liked in the office.  
I might attend your wedding, if I am in USA.  
  It is used in :  
Simple present tense might
Present continuous tense might be
Future continuous tense might be
Examples : Possibility
Your purse might be in the living room.  
She might be on the bus.  
She might arrive on the 5 o'clock train.  
That might have been Dimpy.  
England might win the World Cup.  
I suppose he might have been ill.  
Examples : Conditional
If I didn't have to work, I might go with you.  
If I entered the contest, I might actually win.  
Examples : Suggestion
You might visit the Hotel Taj during your visit.  
You might try the cheese cake.  
Examples : Request
Might I borrow your pen?  
Might I have something to drink?  
Might I borrow the Motor Bike?  
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Types of Verbs Infinitive Verbs Auxiliary Verbs
Can Be Been Being May Will Shall Should Might Could
Would Must Never Dare Need Keep Kept Used to Ought to Going to
Question Tags Yes/No Questions Regular Verbs Irregular Verbs