See how ‘may’ and ‘might’ are used.
Have a look-
‘May’ is used to ask for permission.
May I come in, sir?
May we go now?
May they play in the ground?
May I tell you?
‘May’ is used to show uncertainty.
It may rain.
They may go.
You may like it.
They may discuss about this.
‘May’ is used to express good wishes.
May God bless you!
May you live long!
‘May’ is used for the meaning of ‘can’
You may go.
They may talk about this chapter.
‘Might’ is the past tense of may.
‘Might’ is used to show more uncertainty.
It might rain.
They might go.
Sometimes ‘might’ is used to request in present tense.
Might I use your pen?
Might you carry my bag?
Might I take this bag?
Sometimes ‘might’ is used to show possibility in future.
It might rain on tomorrow.
She might visit after two days.
They might appear for the exam next year.