mighta

Cheeky-Monkey

Senior Member
Castellano
Hello! I've just come across with "mighta + verb", I guess it comes from "might to" which its gramatically incorrect, so "mighta" is slang. I really wonder about this, Is "might to + verb" really said? and why to say "mighta"if it is wrong when just saying "might" which is shorter sounds easier. I'm glad to listen to all your opinnions, thank you in advance!

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  • Agró

    Senior Member
    Spanish-Navarre
    Si ese verbo que viene detrás es un participio:
    might have + participio
    mighta been (might have been).

    might to es imposible, diría yo, incluso en el peor slang.
     
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