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what do they mean? what do they mean and when I can use them? I met a girl from your class. Tall. Black hair. That'll have been Sonya. The match can't have been any good. Nobody stayed till the end. He may have got lost. He might have decided not to come. He could have had an accident. I'd have thought they'd be here by now. where are they? You fool! You could have liked yourself? we were lucky. we could have been caught in the traffic jam. I needn't have got up so early. The train was delayed
11 янв. 2012 г., 12:41
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These are all sentences to indicate an imagined situation, instead of a situation which actually happened. If you want more details about each example, I suggest either posting them as separate questions (not recommended - too annoying to other members), or booking a session with one of the qualified teachers here.
11 января 2012 г.
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