Solutions for: App 347 / Might and Might not (1)

Practise when to use might and might not!
We use "might/might not" to talk about possible events/actions. For example: He might come home this Christmas (I am not sure if he comes). Or: I might not be able to come today. Might not can be shortened to mightn't.

We also use "might" to ask for permission (whether we are allowed to do something). For example: Might I open the window? (This is a very polite form of asking for permission).

To ask a question with "might/mightn't" you need to put them first in the sentence. For example: Mightn't this be Sandy's house?
I really don't know how this works. I ______ ask Dad for help.

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might
He __________ be at home. He usually goes shopping at this time.

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might not
Kelly __________ be happy you got a new dog. She really doesn't like dogs.

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might not
I ______ stay at home tonight, I don't feel very well.

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might
Mum ______ come home early today, isn't that great? I look forward to seeing her!

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might
The excercise ______ be too difficult, but try it anyway!

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______ I come in, please?

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Might
Sadly, he __________ come to the party tonight, he said he is very busy at the moment.

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might not
______ I know why you come home so late?

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Might
I ______ be able to travel to France with my friends! My parents nearly agreed.

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might
______ I disturb you for a moment, please?

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Might
My brother __________ like that I wear his shoes, but I do it anyway!

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might not
Lydia __________ struggle with Maths but she is fantastic at languages!

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might
I ______ do a summer drama course, do you want to join me?

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might