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'I might' a thought of that closet. Correct this sentence

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    Said rapidly it could sound like this is what you hear in English, BUT when you spell it out, it is incorrect.

    I might have thought = Present Perfect Tense of "to think."
    I have thought
    you have thought
    he/she has thought
    etc.

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