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    Default Difference

    wHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE FOLLOWING SENTENSES

    1. HE WOULD HAVE READ THE NEWS

    2. HE SHOULD HAVE READ THE NEWS

    . HE COULD HAVE READ THE NEWS

    4. HE MUST HAVE READ THE NEWS

    5. HE MAY HAVE READ THE NEWS

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    Default Re: Difference

    1.I would have read more as a child if I hadn't had a TV. Unfortunately, I did have a TV, so I never read for entertainment.
    2.you should have read by now should be engrossing, but at the same time have some degree of cultural relevance.
    3.I keep thinking if only those people could have read your book before they destroyed themselves
    4.you must have cought your train if you had run
    5.An article that you may have read already

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