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A:Does this penbelongto you? B: No. it __________ be Haber's. He was sitting at that desk. (might/can/should/must)​


might, Haber was sitting at the desk.

  • Q: What modal auxiliary verb should be used in this sentence? A: The appropriate modal auxiliary verb for this sentence is 'might'.
  • Q: What is the reason for using 'might' in this sentence? A: 'Might' is used to express possibility or uncertainty.
  • Q: Is there any evidence to support that it might be Haber's pen? A: Yes, Haber was sitting at that desk, which is evidence that it might be his pen.