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    "I couldn't have been better" and "I couldn't be better"

    Is there any difference between "I couldn't have been better" and "I couldn't be better"

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    Re: "I couldn't have been better" and "I couldn't be better"

    I couldn't have been better- past time only

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    Re: "I couldn't have been better" and "I couldn't be better"

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Is there any difference between "I couldn't have been better" and "I couldn't be better"
    What do you think the past tense is for? ( Perhaps there's no past tense in your language... )

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