Questions with Might: Guide and Examples


“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:

#1Might we go to the park this afternoon, Father?
#2Might I ask you a few questions?
#3Might I be excused from the table?

Continue reading to check all the different examples of questions with might

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?
  • Where might you live in ten years?
  • What might you do after class?
  • Who might win the race?
  • Who might become the next Twitch super star?
  • What might get him angry?
  • Who might be hired?
  • When might you get a new job?
  • What might you do next weekend?
  • When might you get married?
  • What might you dream about tonight?
  • How much money might you spend next week?
  • Where might you go for your next holiday?

Conversation with Questions with Might

This is a short conversation that includes questions with might

JaredWhere are you going next week?
CarolinaI am going to Italy
JaredHow long are you gonna stay there?
CarolinaLike two weeks
JaredHow much money might you spend there?
CarolinaAround $500
JaredI thought you would spend more
CarolinaMy dad has a house in Italy

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