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Example Sentences for "might"

You might be wise to remain silent.

Shiawase Discussion question: What do you think might be the pros and cons of living adjacent to an amusement park? I saw an advert in the paper for a used car you might be interested in.

I would advise you to leave as soon as possible, otherwise, you might miss your train.

Roger von Oech once said, "Take advantage of the ambiguity in the world.

Look at something and think what else it might be.

" If Apple Computers had planned their strategy a bit more ambitiously, they might have been able to capture the share of the market now held by Microsoft.

The angle of the Leaning Tower of Pisa is so great now that is looks like it might fall over at any moment.

If you don't explain your marking system to the students, it might be interpreted as being arbitrary and unfair.

Mengistu decided to audit a few classes at the university in order to find out what courses might interest him.

You can't avoid doing your homework, so you might as well get started now.

In Vietnamese society, it is important to avoid fighting or any action that might bring shame to one's family.

You might want to bail a bit of water out of the kayak before you get in it.

Don't throw the bat after you hit the ball, you might hurt someone.

Those boots aren't waterproof, so your feet might get wet when you get out of the boat.

Eugene McCarthy once remarked that it is dangerous for a national candidate to say things that people might remember.

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