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    Sorry, David, but these once are right?

    3. But ... (might) she have phoned.
    But might she have phoned.
    4. Well, you....thought so.
    Well, you can’t thought so.
    5. I mean, we’re only having this meeting for her benefit. If she doesn’t come soon, we ..... bothered.
    I mean, we’re only having this meeting for her benefit. If she doesn’t come soon, we wouldn’t bothered.
    6. Quite, though I .... think what .... held her up. I ... ring her and see what’s going on. That’s funny, I ... find her number. I ... sworn I put it in my diary. It .....be in here somewhere.
    Quite, though I shouldn’t think what could have held her up. I will ring her and see what’s going on. That’s funny, I can’t find her number. I could have sworn I put it in my diary. It would be be in here somewhere.
    7. Well, if you ask me, she .... just be coming now, anywhere.
    8. Well, if you ask me, she will just be coming now, anywhere.
    9. Hang on. That .... just be her now. I .... go and check.
    Hang on. That needn’t have just be her now. I must go and check.


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    Re: Sorry, David, but these once are right?

    Check my sentences in your second posting. A sentence in blue and no against your sentence means

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