Lesson 15 - Weather
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- The auxiliary verb Might
- "Find the Mistake" review activity.
Might is an auxiliary verb used to express possibility.
It might rain today. (It is possible that it will rain.)
To change might to negative, we add the word not.
It might not rain today. (It is possible that it won't rain today.)
Change the sentences to unsure sentences using might or might not.
They will go to the party.
We change the word "will" (used for definite future events) for the word "might" (used for possibilities).
It won't hail tonight.
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