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he may come = he may come tommorow
he may have come = he may have come today, but I didn't see him!

he would come = he would come to the party if you asked him.
he would have come = he would have come to the party if you had told him where it was!

he might come = hey may come (almost the same)

he could come = he could come, but he'd need you to lend him money (or) he could (might) (may) come, I just don't know.

he could have come = he may have come (again!)
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he may come = he might come
(both mean - it is possible but we aren't sure)

he may have come = he might have come
(both mean - perhaps something happened in the past)

he would come = Conditional....imagining a situation or an action
(sometimes depending on if another situation happens)
e.g. He would come if he had enough time.

he would have come = intention in the past
(we intended to do something in the past or were ready to do it but it DID NOT happen)

he could come = possibility in the present or the future
e.g. I could win the competition
ALSO
he could sing very well = it was possible in the past, he had the ability to sing well inthe past.

he could have come = possibility in the past which didn't happen
e.g. It could have rained but fortunately it didn't.
he could have come = he could come (he had the time, etc) but he did not.
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he may come (1-it is possible, sometime in the FUTURE, that he will come OR 2-subjuntive/hope/uncertainty i will give him money so that he may come)

he may have come (it is possible, that sometime in the PAST, that he did come... but we/i do not know)

he would come (1-repeated past action, habitual ex. everyday he would come to the office at 8AM on the dot OR 2-conditional/hypothetical he would come IF someone invited him)

he would have come (past conditional - failed action he would have come IF someone HAD INVITED him - but no one did)

he might come (1-same as he might come-future, maybe he will, maybe he won't OR 2-subjunctive, to express ability/empowerment: i gave him some money so that he might come, but there is still doubt whether he will or not)

he could come (same as he might come)

he could have come (1-expressed ability, but failed action - he did not come and it is too late now, it was entirely possible for him to have come, but he chose not two OR 2-past/failed hypothetical - he could have come IF someone had offered him a ride)
he may come (to ask for or to give permission)
he may have come (to show possibility & form in past)
he would come (to indicate a repeated action in the past)
he would have come (to show advisability after the fact)
he might come (to show possibility)
he could come (to suggest a possibility or to give an option)
he could have come(to show a past opportunity)
He may come now
he may have come=he might have come
he would come = he could come
he would have come = he could have come
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he may come tomorrow( it means fifty percentage chance )
he may have come i see it

he might come today (it means ten percentage chance)
he would come and hewould have come what is the diffrent between these two wordes?
he could come and hecould have come this two words what is mining?
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