View Poll Results: He might have died in the accident.

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  • This means he survived.

    393 35.82%
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    704 64.18%
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Thread: May\might

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    S_J is offline Junior Member
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    Re: May\might

    May is more probable while might is less probable.... Thats my point of view :D

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    Re: May\might

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee View Post
    • Luckliy, his friend, who is a doctor, was with him, or he might have died in the accident.

    That is a good use of the phrase "might have", but I think I would say the person might have died because of (or: as a result of) the accident.

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    Can I say? what difference it is going to make if I will use could instead of might
    Luckliy, his friend, who is a doctor, was with him, or he could have died in the accident.

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