The verb MAY is used to indicate possibility of probability, sometimes used interchangeably with can, sometimes used where might would be expected.
This medication MAY have side effects.
He MAY not come to the Birthday party.
May I use your toilet?
I may need some help.
May I have your number?
I may have been wrong about Samuel.
I may have given you the wrong directions.
MIGHT is a modal verb, used to express permission, liberty, probability, or possibility in the past.
You MIGHT want to leave early.
He MIGHT need to study harder.
I MIGHT go out to dinner tonight.
There are different ways that we use the word MIGHT.
I might have to leave early today.
It might not work but let’s try.
If you do that, she might get mad.
She might be late today.
Let’s call her, she might not answer though.
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