- Don’t give that ice cream to the cat! It might be sick!
- A: Where’s Alicia?
B: I’m not sure. I think she might be at her piano lesson.
- I don’t know if this book is a good present for my brother. He might like it.
- Don’t put that glass there! Someone might break it.
- I’m worried about my maths test tomorrow. I might not pass it.
- In the future, people will probably travel in space and they might live on other planets.
- I feel awful. I think I might have ful.
Don’t throw your skis away. You might/might not need them later.
You don’t need to take a jumper. It will/won’t be cold there.
There’s a lot of traffic today. We might/might not be late for scool.
Take your umbrella. I’m sure is will/may rain soon.
I have no definite plans for my holiday, but I will/might go to Scotland for few day.
A: Do you think France will/might win?
B: They will/might, but Holland are a very good tema too.
Anne is ill, so I’m sure she may not/won’t go to the party on Saturday.