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Assuming "I" as the subject, The latter sentence, 会社をやめたかもしれません, means "I may have quit my company." simply because やめた is the ta-form (past tense) of やめる. Such a sentence is uncommon, but can be used: When you have no idea what you actually did in the past, and you are really not sure whether you quit your company or you are still employed. When you ...


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The second sentence is grammatically correct. When you ask "does it make sense", you are asking if it is semantically feasible. The first is Grammatically: (subject) might quit the company. Semantically: (subject) could be first or third person. The second is Grammatically: (subject) might have quit the company. Semantically: Normally, (subject) ...



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