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    #1

    Might ?

    How about this one? I'm not good at spelling names.

    "Yes. The boss is back in town. Wanted to join us and see how we work. Let's keep that in mind, shall we?"

    "Rebecka Brooks, might someone try to kill her?"

    When "might" used in questions, is it more BE or AmE?

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    #2

    Re: Might ?

    Ostap, your questions can be fascinating, but how about getting some of your previous ones satisfactorily answered before you pose yet another? (You do have a tendency to ask a lot of follow-up questions for each of your original questions.)

    There are a limited number of members trying to answer a lot of questions from people who may be asking their first question.

    I am NOT trying to stop you asking questions or follow-up questions, just asking for a little breathing space.

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    #3

    Re: Might ?

    When "might" is used in questions, is it more BE or AmE?
    Why do you want to know this?

    It's a common expression in all forms of English.

    Rover

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