USE OF MIGHT MEANING & EXAMPES
Modal Verb Might meaning is to show a weak possibility and also shows something has possibly happened now or happened at some time in the past and for the present, we use Modal Verb May.
Might + Verb1st
We use it for 25% chances.
- He might go school.
- They might play cricket.
- She might give a presentation.
Here are some more Modal verb Might meaning and examples.
For Week Possibility
- Ali might go to university.
- Alina might get the first position.
- Pakistan might win the Cricket world Cup.
- You might consult a doctor.
For Week Prediction (Running Action)
- Don't call him, he might be sleeping.
- Don't call the police, they might be coming.
- Don't go inside, students are taking the lecture.
Use of Might have have a same sense which the modal verb might give but we use it for past.
Might Have + Verb3rd
use it for 25% chances for the Past.
- You might have seen the match.
- Ali might have reached college.
- They might have gone to picnic.
Here are some more Modal verb Might have meaning & examples.
- He might have slept.
- She might have given exams.
- He might have played cricket.
- They might have gone cinema.
- You might have used computer.
- Ali might have returned last night.
- England might have won the match.