He might have gone. But luckily we reached his house and found him.
He might go. But luckily we reached his house and found him.
What do the bold sentences mean?
Do they refer to the past?
When to use 'might' and when to use 'might have'?
Which of the above sentences is correct in the context?
Can we use 'might' to refer a past action without mentioning the context?
Please answer me all of the above questions with explanation. I've been struggling with it but stuck with the confusion.
Another question is regarding to the following sentence: I might go.
What does the sentence mean?
Is it describing the past or the future?
How to understand?