in case + might

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Hi guys,
I've come upon this question and got confused.
Mr. Taylor, I’m here just in case _______.
A) they will come earlier
B) anything out of the ordinary happens
C) they telephoned to meet them at the airport
D) you might need my help

Which one is the best answer here since B and D both sound okay to me.

Thank you in advance.
  • owlman5

    Senior Member
    Without any context to guide me in choosing the most appropriate answer for this question, both 'B' and 'D' seem like possible answers. I'm not surprised that you are confused.


    Senior Member
    English - England
    In case doesn’t need “might” — it already implies uncertainty.

    I’ll take an umbrella because it might rain. :tick:
    I’ll take an umbrella in case it rains. :tick:
    I’ll take an umbrella in case it might rain. :cross:
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