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  1. Newbie
    English Teacher
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    should have done or could do?

    Could you, please, explain whether both could and should have are possible in the following gap (Is there any difference? What kind of?):
    “They sometimes think that they shouldn’t have left London but they never really regret about their decision. ‘I think we _________ (move) years ago. We wasted so much valuable time’.”

  2. rancher247's Avatar
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    Re: should have done or could do?

    Take a look at this website; it may be helpful.
    Learning English | BBC World Service
    I think it should be "should have moved".


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