Student or Learner
My dear and respected teachers,
1: "Can you bet with me on cricket to see which team wins." correct?
2: "It must have been raining." What does it mean?
- About present conditions: 'There are puddles on the ground. The leaves on the trees are dripping. It's not raining now, but it must have been raining recently'
- About a past event or state:
- Event: 'It must have been the butler that did it.'
- State: 'It must have been snowing before the thief left - otherwise there'd be no tracks.'