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    Are these sentences both correct and if they are is there any difference in their meanings:

    1-That may not have happened.
    2-That may have not happened.

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    Re: may have

    Quote Originally Posted by navi tasan
    Are these sentences both correct and if they are is there any difference in their meanings:

    1-That may not have happened.
    2-That may have not happened.
    I don't like #2. :wink:

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    Thanks Mike.
    I never use it, but I saw it somewhere.

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    #4
    Quote Originally Posted by navi tasan
    Thanks Mike.
    I never use it, but I saw it somewhere.
    Thw word "not" can end up in many places, but that is a strange one. :wink:

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