Community Web Version Now Available
should + present perfect 1. He should have turned left at the station (should've) 2. He should has turned left at the station (should's) Which one is correct?
Feb 18, 2014 7:41 PM
Answers · 2
This is where I wince and say "it's not really present perfect" (You might be confused because you think it is present perfect). Anyway... Because "should" is a modal, only the base form of a verb can follow. "Should has" is impossible. "He should have (should've) turned left at the station." Re-imagined past.
February 18, 2014
the first one is correct
February 18, 2014
Language Skills
English, German, Italian, Other, Spanish
Learning Language
English, German, Spanish