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might be targeted vs could be targeted

This pertains to a research study specifically aimed at identifying a target group for training

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  • Have a look at this answer: "Could and might are often, but not always, interchangeable. He might have come/studied = 'We don’t know whether has come/studied or not', but you could substitute could. If you want to indicate ability or permission, however, you need He could have come/studied = ‘He had the ability to come/study.'" – ProgramFOX Aug 19 '13 at 8:17
  • You may also find this answer useful May you please explain this? which discusses use of may/might v. can/could. – TrevorD Aug 19 '13 at 11:24

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