Learn to Speak English Fluently: Use of ‘Who’ with ‘may’ and ‘might’ in Questions
Q: Who may I contact?
A: You may contact the Principal.
Q: Who may we invite for the inauguration?
A: We may invite the minister.
Q: Who may I speak to?
A: You may speak to the commissioner of police.
Q: Who may attend the meeting?
A: All the members may attend the meeting.
Q: Who may participate in the programme?
A: Everybody may participate.
Q: Who might I approach?
A: You might approach the chairman.
Q: Who might they vote for?
A: They might vote for the ruling party.
Q: Who might save them?
A: Nobody might save them.
Q: Who might have committed the crime?
A: We can’t say./How can we guess?
Q: Who might have broken the glass?
A: It might be the attender.
Exercise: Write questions and answers which you may have to use in your day-to-day conversations using the above examples.