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Can you do me a little favor in understanding this short Spanish sentence?

 

Well...actually i have thought that now i understand at least the Spanish grammar but

I dont really get it why this sentence "Pues No se quien habra sido"

El verbo habra es de infinitivo haber, que es futuro.

But why when i use the translator in google, and it showed me the result "Well i dont know who did it"

Seems like someone told me that altough futuro de verbo haber have meaning of future but sometimes it is used for indicating past. Is it right? or r there anyone who have better explanation. Plz help me thx.

For learning: Spanish
Base language: English
Category: Other

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    In interrogative sentences, the future is usually used to express perplexity or doubt:
    ¿Dónde habré dejado mi abrigo? Where did I leave my coat?
    Watch this page:
    http://www.aescribir.com/resources/grammar/70-uses-future-70-usos-del-futuro/

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