關於Might的意思和用法的提問

包含"Might"的句子的意思

Q: ‎I mightn't have recognized you with those new glasses是什麼意思
A: Mightn't is short for might not, so the sentence would be 'I might not have recognized you with those new glasses'.

It means that, because the person got new glasses, the speaker may have possibly not known who they were, or may not have recognized them because they looked so different.
Q: Generally, one might concede, ~

I wonder about knowing the meaning of 'concede'.
Could someone give me examples of this?是什麼意思
A: I wouldn't use "concededly" as a replacement for "admittedly"
Here's some examples using "concede":
When having a discussion, you sometimes have to concede when the other person makes a good point.
If someone corrected me, I would concede that I made a mistake.
Q: 'this might be my worldwide complaints.'

Does it mean that i have the same complaint wherever I go?
是什麼意思
A: That sentence doesn't sound natural. "This" is singular but they also use "complaints" which is plural. Also, "worldwide complaints" isn't a phrase I've ever heard. You'd say "these are my complaints, universally speaking" or "my complaints are applicable worldwide".
Q: 'I have got one that might be up your alley.'是什麼意思
A: I have one that you might like, that you might be interested in.
Q: which he hoped might get promoted是什麼意思
A: the person is hoping to get promoted at work, rising to a higher rank/position at the workplace

"Might" 的用法和例句

Q: 請提供關於 I'd better (d'=had)
I'd better not ('d=had)
Ought to
might want to
I'm going to have
i've got to
don't have to
I'd rather (not) ('d=would) 的例句給我。
A: I'd better (d'=had)
I’d better go to sleep early tonight.

I'd better not ('d=had)
I’d better not stay up late

Ought to
I ought to do my homework before watching tv.

might want to
I might want to go out for a walk tomorrow morning.

I'm going to have
I’m going to have oatmeal for breakfast.

i've got to
I’ve got to email my professor before the next exam.

don't have to
I don’t have to do the laundry tonight.

I'd rather (not) ('d=would).
I’d rather not go to the gym today.
Q: 請提供關於 where how to used of might and could 的例句給我。
A: Might is used to express what one will probably do (maybe). Could is the past tense of can (to be able to) - used to express what one was or was not able to do. It is also used to express what one may possibly do in the future. Eg: I might go to the party.(there is a chance) I could go to the party.(there's a possibility). The two are really similar.
Q: 請提供關於 may well / might as well 的例句給我。
A: "I might as well work on my homework"
"He might as well give up"
"They may as well find another place to stay"
"I may as well eat the rest"
Q: 請提供關於 as might well 的例句給我。
A: We won't be able to go out today because of the rain. We might as well do some chores.

"Might"的近義詞和區別

Q: He came to in what he thought might be a building on Tralfamadore 和 He came in what he thought might be a building on Tralfamadore 的差別在哪裡?
A: "To come to" means to regain consciousness.
Q: this might be the worst idea yet. 和 this might be the worst idea so far. 的差別在哪裡?
A: They are the same thing.
Q: this might be lucrative to your business 和 this might be lucrative for your business 的差別在哪裡?
A: “This might be lucrative for your business.” just sounds more natural :)
Q: That might be the cause of insomnia.(mine) 和 That might be the reason my insomnia.(An English teacher's correction) 的差別在哪裡?
A: Is that really what your English teacher wrote? Could it have been "That might be the reason for my insomnia"? Without the "for" that sentence doesn't work. I would say that your original is more correct, but "That might be the cause of my insomnia" would be more natural (since you're talking about your insomnia).
Q: may be
might
may be 和 might 的差別在哪裡?
A: I May GO tô the meeting. Next week I might GO tô the meeting

"Might" 的翻譯

Q: This might sound inappropriate. But how to say you “Use” a prostitute. Or words to describe sleeping with prostitutes habit.用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
A: You can say “he frequents prostitutes”. It means he often goes to prostitutes.
Q: (I guess this might sound poetic or literary.)
Is it natural to say:

"I remember the sleeves of uncertain length shaken by the dawn train."

"I remember her sleeves of uncertain length shaken by the dawn train."用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
A: no the first one is not natural. “The sleeves” is very vague and means you could be talking about any sleeves so it sounds weird. “Her sleeves” is much better.

The wording “sleeves of uncertain length” is also very weird as well. It’s not how a natural English speaker would describe something, though technically it’s correct. Just as “dawn train” is very weird as well. They aren’t natural sounding English phrases.
Q: This might sound weird but can you please list all of the formal and informal ways you know of saying to poo and to pee in English, if possible put them in sentences, thank you.用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
A: Formal (relatively:p):
Lay a brick - "excuse me, I've got to go lay a brick" = I have to go poo.
Powder my nose - "can I powder my nose before we leave?" = can I go to the bathroom before we leave?
Relieve my/your/them/our/one self(s) - "everyone should relieve themselves before class" = everyone should pee before class.
Informal:
Pee, whizz, tinkle, urine, number one...
Poo, poop, doodoo, doody, crap, shit, number two...

The list goes on and on, but my fingers are sore from typing, so you'll just have to make do...
Q: might not (in past) might not have... / might haven't...用 英語 (英國) 要怎麼說?
A: might not have.

Eg

He might not have heard you
Q: Yeah, that might be a good idea.用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
A: That sentence sounds natural to me.

"Might"有關的其他問題

Q: What does " that might play into the president's hands," mean?


Context>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.
Issuing a subpoena also would likely lead to fresh attacks from the president and his Republican allies. Trump has regularly disparaged the Russia investigation as a political "witch hunt," and on Thursday he told Bloomberg News that he believes the special counsel investigation is "illegal."

"I think [Mueller's prosecutors] would be crossing a line and, look, I also think that might play into the president's hands," said Ford O'Connell, a Republican strategist. "President Trump wants to fight this out in public because of what he, or the administration, sees as brutal prosecutorial tactics by the special counsel."

But challenging a grand jury subpoena could also risk giving the appearance that Trump is not cooperating with the investigation, which his critics would undoubtedly seize on.

Legal analysts agree that it's a step that Mueller, like any experienced prosecutor, is willing to take if Trump's testimony is vital to ending the probe.
A: I'll give you a more simple example. Say I dug a hole in the ground, covered it with leaves, and laid a bunch of money on top of the leaves hoping that you will go try to pick up the money and fall in the hole. What I actually want is for you to fall into the hole, not get the money. So if you did go try to pick up the money, and then fell in the hole, I got what I wanted, which was for you to fall into the hole. Therefore, you played right into my hand.
Q: This might makes you think no way but I want you to come to the tomorrow party. 聼起來自然嗎?
A: This might make you think „no way“ but I want you to come to the party tomorrow. (1) instead of „makes“ use „make“ (2) instead of „the tomorrow party“ use „the party tomorrow“. I hope this helps!
Q: exercising might refresh me when I feel exhausted. 聼起來自然嗎?
A: Oh I see.
Then you would say "When I feel exhausted, exercising makes me feel refreshed" or a shorter way to say it, "When I feel exhausted, exercising is refreshing."
Q: I knew that might was too rude. 聼起來自然嗎?
A: You might better want to say "I am aware I may come off as rude" or "I know I can be rude".
Q: I concerned that these might become a problem in the future. 聼起來自然嗎?
A: I am concerned that these might become a problem in the future.

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