might not come
In this sentence, is "might" negative or "come"? I mean "might" has a negative meaning or "come"?
I might not come.
I want to say "it's possible for me not to come." Or "maybe I will come and maybe I won't."
I hope you understand what I asked.
Re: might not come
"It's possible for me not to come" (which, by the way, is not very natural) and "Maybe I will come and maybe I won't" don't mean the same thing.
Originally Posted by English4everyone
I might not come = Maybe I will come and maybe I won't = I might come.
If someone said "I might not come" I would assume that the likelihood of them not coming was higher than the likelihood of them coming.