It may rain heavily.
James may get Fist Class in exam.
She may not perform today.
I may go to Canada next month.
May I come in, Sir?
May I use your cellphone?
Only staff may use this office.
They may invent KOVID-19 vaccine.
May I speak to Mr. William, please?
The office closes, you may go now.
You may wait there for some time.
You may stand in queue.
May God bless you a lot!
May you have a Happy New Year!
You may achieve great success.
You may be the winner of final match.
May I share my story with you?
May I add you in my Facebook group?
May we start a business together?
May I pay the interest of the loan?
It might rain heavily tonight.
They might come by train.
She might pass the driving test today.
Mark might be late due to bad weather.
You might consider running every morning.
Joyce might not study Chemistry today.
He might control his anger.
They might not go to beach in this situation.
If you don’t wear a sweater, you might catch a cold.
I might meet the patient, if you allow me to go in.
If they won the toss, they might win the match.
Sharon might support you, if you ask her.
Might I come in, Mam?
You might go on tour for ten days.
Scott might upload all PDFs now.
They might meet the minister one by one.
Might I have a tea, please?
Might I ask one question now?
Might you offer your seat to this old lady?
You might stop quarreling with her.
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