“Might” is a modal verb most commonly used to express possibility. Might is also used to very formally or politely ask for permission
These are some examples of questions with might:
|#1||Might we go to the park this afternoon, Father?|
|#2||Might I ask you a few questions?|
|#3||Might I be excused from the table?|
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Closed Questions with Might
These are some examples of closed questions with might
- Might I see your credit card, please?
- Might I recommend the grilled swordfish?
- Might I remind you that this is a library?
- Might I ask how you heard about our company?
- Might this be the key?
- Might I ask your name?
- Might I interrupt you for a moment?
- Might I ask your address?
- Might I ask you a question?
- Might we ask you a question?
- Might I just interrupt for a moment?
- Might I borrow your pen?
- Might I have a coffee?
- Might I ask who has been invited to the party?
- Might I ask the president a question?
- Might I give you a piece of advice?
- Might we speak to you for a moment?
- Might my father come with us?
- Might your grandfather do this?
- Might she come back?
Open Questions with Might
These are some examples of open questions with might
- What might happen?
- Who might win the race?
- Who might become the next Twitch super star?
- What might get him angry?
- Who might be hired?
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