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AUXILIARY VERB - "SHOULD"
Uses of - SHOULD
 
Should is not past form of shall, but a past equivalent of shall.
- To express obligation/ability.
 
Examples
I should thank him for the help.  
-To express possibility/expectation.  
He should be here any moment.  
- To advice.  
You should come in time.  
- To express surprise & annoyance.  
How should I know, where you kept the money?  
  It is used in :  
Simple present tense should
Present continuous tense should be
Examples : Recommendation
You should visit the famous palaces in Dubai.  
You really should start eating better.  
Examples : Advice
You should focus more on your family and less on work.  
I think you should go to the East rather than West.  
You shouldn't be drinking if you're on antibiotics.  
You shouldn't have ordered that ice-cream.  
Examples : Obligation
I really should be in the office by 7:00 AM.  
I should be at college before 7:00.  
The university should provide more sports facilities.  
The equipment should be inspected regularly.  
Examples : Expectation
By now, they should already be in Dubai.  
Anita should be in Mumbai by now.  
The letter should get to you by tomorrow.  
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Types of Verbs Infinitive Verbs Auxiliary Verbs
Can Be Been Being May Will Shall Should Might Could
Would Must Never Dare Need Keep Kept Used to Ought to Going to
Question Tags Yes/No Questions Regular Verbs Irregular Verbs