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8 Answered Questions for the topic auxiliary verbs

08/04/19

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

06/25/19

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

06/25/19

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

06/24/19

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

06/23/19

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?

06/21/19

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"?

06/15/19

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"?

06/02/19

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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