Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"May"

You may go.
It may rain.
She may come.
May I come in?
May I go home?
May I help you?
May I join you?
May I open a can?
She may not come.
May I put it here?
May I take a rest?
You may park here.
May I pay by check?
May I speak to you?
May I speak to Bill?
It may rain tomorrow.
May I ask a question?
May I have a receipt?
May I have your name?
He may be sick in bed.
May I borrow your car?
May I do it right now?
May I sit next to you?
May I use your toilet?
You may take the book.
May I put it down here?
May I turn down the TV?
You may read this book.
It may freeze next week.
May I talk to Mr. Brown?
May I talk to Ms. Brown?
May I use a credit card?
May I ask you a question?
May I use this telephone?
May I use your car today?
May I look at your passport?
He may have missed the train.
I may have hurt his feelings.
May I have your name, please?
May all your dreams come true!
May I go out for a short walk?
May I take a rest for a while?
He may come and see us tonight.
I am not sure but she may come.
May I leave this book with you?
She may not come here tomorrow.
You may go home if you want to.
I'm afraid it may rain tomorrow.
May I ask a couple of questions?
We may not be able to afford it.
It may possibly be fine tomorrow.
May I have your name and address?
You may stay here if you want to.
You may talk as much as you like.
He may be jogging around the park.
I like this coat. May I try it on?
I'm afraid she may have the mumps.
He went to Paris at the end of May.
She may not be aware of the danger.
Earthquakes may occur at any moment.
Eating too much may lead to sickness.
Excuse me, but may I use your telephone?
The patient may pass away at any moment.
May I have a pillow and a blanket, please?
You may have mistaken Jane for her sister.
Jane may be playing tennis with my brother.
You may give this picture to whoever wants it.
You may give this photograph to anyone who wants it.
I've been thinking that I may have been too critical.
For him it may be possible, but I'd never pass the test.
Having a small flashlight in your pocket may come in handy.
It's likely to get cold tonight, so you may need an extra blanket.
She may have argued with him, but I don't think she could have hit him.
I realize that this may sound crazy, but I think I've fallen in love with your younger sister.
I realize I may not be the most desirable man in the world, but I still hope you'll consider going out with me.


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