Modal Verbs May Sentences, 65 Examples of May Sentences
1.She may see him tomorrow before she leave.
2.There may be other reasons that we don’t know.
3.This cream may produce a stinging sensation.
4.How may I help you?
5.May I speak to Lussie, please?
6.May I do it right now?
7.May I sit next to you?
8.May I use your toilet?
9.We may have a problem.
10.You may take the book.
11.May I see your passport?
12.You may sit at the front of the class.
13.May I join you?
14.May you have a long and fruitful marriage.
15.Courage seems now to have deserted him. May it quickly reappear.
16.Jane may be very upset about this situation.
17.You may bring a partner to our event.
18.I may have to fire Samuel.
19.I think Samuel may be hurt.
20.May I turn down the TV?
21.May I please open the door?
22.May I help you?
23.May I swim in the lake?
24.I may take you to work if you want.
25.There’s no chair to sit anywhere, May I sit next to you?
26.He may be a genius.
27.May I swim in this lake?
28.May we drop you at your hotel?
29.I may get bad grades in exams, I’m not sure of any.
30.May I have your name?
31.He may be sick in bed.
32.May I smoke here?
33.May I borrow your car?
34.The roads snowed all night on the rocks, watch out that your car may slide.
35.I bought myself a thick coat in case it may be very rainy this winter.
36.I told him all the facts that it may upset him that I lied.
37.They may have moved here two years ago.
38.You may open the window.
39.She may have heard everything you just said.
40.May I come in?
41.May I take a rest?
42.You may laugh.
43.You may park here.
44.May I pay by check?
45.Students may not wear jeans.
46.May I speak to you?
47.You may swim now.
48.May I speak to Bill?
49.It may rain tomorrow.
50.May I ask a question?
51.May I have a receipt?
52.May I eat this hamburger?
53.You may come whenever you like.
54.I’m afraid she may have the mumps.
55.You may follow me.
56.It may take a long time.
57.May I go to bed?
58.I may never leave.
59.Alex may be very upset about this situation.
60.Smoking may cause cancer.
61.May I borrow your book?
62.May she come with you to school?
63.May I come in?
64.May I go out?
65.Excuse me. May I get by?