"May" has the sense of "being permitted";
e.g. the invigilator of a written examination due to commence at two o'clock would say: "The time is two o'clock; you may commence writing now", meaning "You are permitted to start"... (not "You can start writing now" of course, which means "You are able to start", but that's another issue).
"Might" has the sense of something being a possibility, either in the past, present or future.
e.g. the same invigilator, if he or she spoke good English, might say:"You might start writing now, but if you do then you will be disqualified, because it is not yet two o'clock". Not only might that same invigilator deliver that warning, but he or she may deliver it, because that is part of his/her duty - invigilators are allowed to inform examinees of correct procedure.
Furthermore, the same invigilator might say: "If you start writing before two o'clock I might come over and smack you"; it is possible that he or she is under great duress and has lost it; however, the invigilator may not say that, because no invigilator may smack examinees or threaten to do so.
And of course no well-spoken invigilator should say: "If you start writing before two o'clock I may come over and smack you", because that would be a lie - it implies he or she has permission from the Exam Board, and no Exam Board permits invigilators to smack examinees.
1. Mother: "It might rain today". Well-spoken son:"I might take an umbrella, but I lost mine, so it depends on whether I can find one or not. May I borrow yours please?"
2. Mother: "It may rain today". Well-spoken son:"Who do you think you are Mum, telling the clouds what to do? God?"
Might is more tentative.
The difference between can I and may I.
"Might" is when you're going to decide something, like "I might go to the pool today or I might not.". "May" is when you're going to ask something. " May I go to the pool today?" would be an example of may.
Absolutely no difference. The only difference may be price.
There is a difference that you might find out one day...
Can i is a mean voice May i is a proper voice
Lev:11:47: To make a difference between the unclean and the clean, and between the beast that may be eaten and the beast that may not be eaten.
Not much, sometimes woman's skinny jeans may have no pockets and might be a tad stretchier.
this is a parent director of FAQ for scsi.. might have to search abit but your answer may be there. http://www.kuci.uci.edu/~ustor/faqs/scsifaq/
no there is not really but an attic might be bigger. no there is not really but an attic might be bigger.
The annual range of temperature may be described as the difference between the temperature of the coldest month and the hottest months temperature.
The difference between the two is emotions can get the better of you and even tears may flow freely.
Have is something you might get. And do is something like you will like it or something like that.
The difference between can and cannot is that when you can do something, you are allowed to and may continue doing it but when you cannot do something it is the oppistie so you can not do something.
The primary difference between a word and a morpheme is that a word is freestanding, where a morpheme may or may not be. For example, the morpheme "star" can stand by itself, but the morpheme "-s" cannot.
Mite is a small pest/insect. Might is another word for strength and/or power. You can have a mite, but not a might, and you can be mighty, but not mitey!
A table is an organized group of cells for a specifc purpose. A range is a group of cells, but may or may not be organized. A table always has a range, but a range might not contain cells from a table.
May be this will help you http://www.letslearnfinance.com/difference-between-company-and-partnership.html
The difference might be that one, the negative electron, is matter, and the other, the positive electron, is antimatter.
the difference is when you-carry-a something, you might break it. but when you let a pro-carry-a something, he wont drop it.
Try searching for Attribute Listing. It might help.
Capability means you "can" do it. Feasibility means you "might be able" to do it.
Saints are always a soul, and a soul might not be a saint.
It means it has more power.If it fits in your phone it should work.But look where the battery goes it might say there is a may battery you can put in it.