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May or might are used to say that something is possible. Usually they are interchangeable.

e.g.: You can say: "It may be true." or "It might be true."

We use may and might to talk about possible actions or happenings in the future.

e.g.: I haven't decided yet where to spend my holidays. I may go to Ireland.

 

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