- It's correct to use "subject + should have + past participle" to events that didn't happen?
Example: He should have gone to work yesterday.
- I can use this with "It"?
Example: It should have been a good friendship, but I fell in love.
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1st sentence sounds right
He missed a great party. He should have gone to work yesterday.
But 2nd one doesn't.
It could have been a great friendship but I fell in love.