Read below a sentence

She must have gone.

I know it's a conclusion and it represents a past action, but if I want to convert it into a question, What should I say out of the following? :

(1) Have she must gone?

(2) Must she have gone?

(3) Have must she gone?

(4) Must have she gone?

According to me, #(2) should be correct. Let me know your points.

Also, If I say:

She might have gone.

Will it's question version be this? :

Might she have gone?

I hope so.

1 Answer 1


Yes, you are correct on both points. The specific word in the question (must or might) will determine the word in the answer. You can see the same thing with could, will, shall, and so on.

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