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Elementary - Modal verb 'Might'

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Monday, 08 June 2009
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English grammar lesson on-line for elementary level students - An explanation of the use of the modal verb 'might' with audio explanation and printable exercises.

Positive

I

He/She/It

We/You/They

might go to London.

Negative

I

He/She/It

We/You/They

might not go to work.

 

Might / Might not

The modal verb might (negative: might not) is used to express a possibility.
Might has the same form in all persons.
Might is followed by the infinitive without to.

  • We might go to the disco Saturday night.
  • Take the umbrella with you. It might rain.
  • I might not go to work tomorrow.

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