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    • Join Date: Aug 2006
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    #1

    having

    I would like to know about this phrase: having+3rd form of the verb.

    eg: what does this mean: having said or having done , etc.

    what is the difference between "may and might".

    where to use "could and would".

    I request u to explain me the usage of conditionals in present,past,future with examples .

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    Re: having

    1 Yes- third form = past participle
    2 For possibility, 'may' is more probable than 'might'. 'May' is much more common for permisiion.
    3 https://www.usingenglish.com/article...ditionals.html

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