8 Questions for the topic auxiliary verbs

Might have vs "could have"?

What is the difference between _might have_ and _could have_?> He **might have** come. He might have studied.> He **could have** come. He could have studied.How would you describe a... more

Phrases with Multiple Auxiliary Verbs?

I'm sorry if this question is already asked. I couldn't find an answer for this anywhere in the internet. My question is: What are the common phrases with multiple auxiliary verbs which are used... more

Phrases with Multiple Auxiliary Verbs?

What are the common phrases with multiple auxiliary verbs which are used to make sentences?? Eg: 1. "have to do" - "You have to see a doctor" 2. "should have done" - "you should have attended... more

When do we use “had had” and “have had”?

I have seen several sentences in English where some writers have written *had* twice in a row. I am a bit confused about when the grammar calls for using *had had*.For example:> * I **had had**... more

Have you got a chance to vs "Did you get a chance to"?

What is the difference between following two statements? > 1. Have you got a chance to look into this? 2. Did you get a chance to look into this?

May & "Might": What's the right context?

>- I may not be coming in tomorrow... >- I might not be coming in tomorrow... When should I use "may" and "might"?

May & "Might": What's the right context?

>- I may not be coming in tomorrow... >- I might not be coming in tomorrow... When should I use "may" and "might"?

Difference between would and will?

Thank you for your time reading this. I am from China and have learned British English for years from my middle school to undergraduate time. I normally take 'would' as the past form of 'will',... more

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