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    could and might

    Between 'could' and 'might', which one has a stronger possibility?

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    Re: could and might

    Quote Originally Posted by wotcha View Post
    Between 'could' and 'might', which one has a stronger possibility?
    There's no such distinction.
    "She could be at home", and "She might be at home" derive from different verbs, that's all. They both mean that the probability of her being home is greater than zero.

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