might ought vs might, ought : Common Errors in English

About might ought vs might, ought

In some dialects it’s common to say things like “you might ought to [pronounced oughta] turn off the engine before changing the spark plugs.” If you want to sound educated, you might want to avoid this combination. If you want to sound sophisticated you definitely ought to.
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