Owais Kalyar
Can anybody explain the difference between"what happened" and "what would happened", please
Nov 17, 2021 8:16 AM
Answers · 6
What would happened is wrong English. It may be: what should have happened, what would have happened or what would happen. What happened = کیا ہوا تھا What would have happened: ایسا ہوسکتا تھا What should have happened: ایسا ہونا چاہیے تھا What would happen: ایسا ہوا کرتا تھا
November 17, 2021
What happened is the past tense. Something that has already taken place. It will always point to something in the past that has happened! You can ask it in a question What happened after the party? or to express yourself "Hey, you will never guess what happened after you left the party!" Main point what happened is always something that has already taken place. What would happened is not correct unless you adding "have and if" What would have happened so its something that did not take place but you are imagining if it took place what would be the outcome. ( A hypothetical situation) "What would have happened if I stayed later at the party". Hope this helps if you still unclear feel free to contact me.
November 17, 2021
what happened - an event that has actually happened. What happened at the race yesterday? What happened when you spoke to John? what would have happened - "what if". What would have happened if I forgot my keys? What would have happened if you arrived late?
November 17, 2021
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