MODAL VERBS IN URDU

MAY, MIGHT, MAY HAVE and MIGHT HAVE in Urdu Sentences

Use of MAY, MIGHT, MAY HAVE and MIGHT HAVE in Urdu Example Sentences PDF Learn Use of MAY MIGHT MAY HAVE and MIGHT HAVE with URDU translation and English to Urdu example Sentences of daily used
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Use of MAY, MIGHT, MAY HAVE and MIGHT HAVE in Urdu Example Sentences PDF Learn Use of MAY MIGHT MAY HAVE and MIGHT HAVE with URDU translation and English to Urdu example Sentences of daily used

MAY is the present form and MIGHT is the past form of MAY.

Use of MAY in Urdu:

  • Possibility (strong):

امکان ظاہر کرنے کے لیے

It may rain today.

آج بارش ہو سکتی ہے

He may come any time.

وہ کسی بھی وقت آسکتا ہے

  • Request:

التجا، درخواست

May I have some water please?

پانی ملے گا؟

May I use your your mobile phone?

کیا میں آپکا موبائل فون استعمال کر سکتا ہوں؟

  • Take Permission:

اجازت لینے کے لیے

May I go now?

کیا میں اب جا سکتا ہوں؟

May I see this book?

کیا میں یہ کتاب دیکھ سکتا ہوں؟

  • Give Permission:

اجازت دینے کے لیے

They may go now.

اب وہ جا سکتے ہیں

You may take tea.

تم چائے پی سکتے ہو

  • Express Wishes:

کسی کو دعا دینے کے لیے

May you stood first in the exams!

تمہیں امتحان میں پہلا درجہ ملے

May you live long!

تمہیں لمبی عمر ملے

USE OF MAY HAVE (Used to make guess in past):

ماضی میں کسی کام ہونے کا اندازہ لگانے کے لیے

I haven’t received your letter. It may have got lost in the post.

Use of Might in Urdu:

  • Past of May

کے ماضی کے طور پر May

He might sit here.

وہ یہاں بیٹھ سکتا تھا

She might come yesterday.

وہ کل آسکتی تھی

  • Possibility (weak):

کمزور امکان ظاہر کرنے کے لیے

It might rain today (30%).

آج بارش ہو سکتی ہے

He might help you.

وہ تمہاری مدد کر سکتا ہے

USE OF MIGHT HAVE (Used to make guess in past):

It’s ten o’clock. They might have arrived by now.

May have VS might have 

If you’re talking about a possibility in the past but you know that it did not actually happen, always use might have:

Ahmad assured us that he was well, but he might have been badly hurt. – Correct
Ahmad assured us that he was well, but he may have been badly hurt. – Incorrect

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Muhammad Qasim

Muhammad Qasim is an Agriculture scientist graduated from a well-versed institution of Asia, University of Agriculture Faisalabad. He is inclined towards helping people improve their English to the next level. He believes in learning and teaching simultaneously. He Also works as social media content creater and SMO manager on various pages with a huge fan following.

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