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I'm Asking questions 1. If you ask about the subject of the sentence, simply add the question word at the beginning: Example: James writes good poems. If you ask about the predicate of the sentence the part of a sentence which contains the verb and gives information about the subject , there are three options: If there is a helping auxiliary verb that precedes the main verb for example: can, is, are, was, were, will, would I couldn't have arrived any earlier.
He couldn't have passed the exam, even if he had studied harder. It's a really, really difficult exam.
See also modals of probability. In this case, we don't know if what we're saying is true or not true.
We're just talking about our opinion of what maybe happened. Why is John late?
He could have got stuck in traffic. He could have forgotten that we were meeting today. He could have overslept.
He might have forgotten that we were meeting today. He might have overslept. It's like giving advice about the past when you say it to someone else, or regretting what you did or didn't do when you're talking about yourself.