VŠECHNY LEKCE ZDE
Example: "I might go to the mountains this weekend if the snow is right for skiing" or "I might go to the movie this weekend to see that new Star Wars film."
"That football team has some mighty good players, I am not sure we can beat them in completion" or "The U.S. put a lot of military might behind the invasion of Normandy, France, on June 6, 1944 to help the Allies defeat Hilter."
Might Could Have
In American English, not British English, and especially in the regions of the USA known as the South, people will often use the word might in ways that are probably "strange" to non-native speakers of English such as Europeans. Examples:
"I might well have gone to the store, but I thought we had enough supplies for our trip" or "I might could have called his boss and asked him, but I just didn’t think of it."
In this case, when the word might is followed by words like could or should, it essentially means perhaps.
Do You Know This?
Here is some more useless trivia.
1. Donald Duck comics were once illegal in the country of Finland, because the Disney cartoon character doesn’t wear pants!
3. The Sun is 330,330 times BIGGER than the Earth!
5. The longest distance a chicken has ever flown is four meters.
Najdete ji také v bezplatném deníku Metropolitní expres.