might has well vs might as well : Common Errors in English

About might has well vs might as well

You might as well get this one right: the expression is not “might has well” but “might as well.”

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  • Privacy at the heart of NSA revelations

    The cat's out of the bag. The genie's out of the bottle. The sweater I can't afford is at Nordstrom . It's a Kate Spade cardigan . I mention this not because it matters, but because I might as well.
    on June 13, 2013 Source: Everett Herald

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