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what is the difference between "could" and "could have" ?

April 14, 2017
Shiva Kumar
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"Could have" often means you were capable (but didn't), but it may express uncertainty about whether you actually did (or unwillingness to say whether you did or didn't). Whereas "could" is used more as a simple past tense.
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what is the difference between "could" and "could have" ?
"Could have" often means you were capable (but didn't), but it may express uncertainty about whether you actually did (or unwillingness to say whether you did or didn't). Whereas "could" is used more as a simple past tense.

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