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Using Should and Must in English

Using Should and Must in English We use should to suggest something “it is advisable to …”. We use must express a stronger point of view “We need to…” Follow the list for detailed expressions;

Had to – Obligation In The Past

Had to – Obligation In The Past When we use an obligation in the present we can use either ‘must’ or ‘has to’. In the past, this is different. In the past we only use ‘had to’;

Modal Verbs Showing Obligation

Modal Verbs Showing Obligation Full obligation; must, partial obligation; should, partial obligation; ought to (less common);

Ten Very Important Things For Students That Learn English

Ten Very Important Things For Students That Learn English Ten things students need to know to really know a word; The meaning, the form, the pronunciation, the spelling, the grammar patterns it follows, the connotations of the word, the situations when the word is or isn’t used, how the word is related to other words,

Uses of Must and Differences Between Must and Have to

Uses of Must and Differences Between Must and Have to Uses of Must; obligation, deduction, emphasize necessity, strong recommendation, musn’t=prohibition. For example sentences follow the list;

English Modals, Examples and Uses (Very Important)

English Modals, Examples and Uses (Very Important) Uses of can, be able to, can’t, could, may, might, must, have to, need to, needn’t, musn’t, don’t have to, should, ought to and example sentences.

Expressing – Must / Can’t / Should / Needn’t / Might / May / Could Have

Must / Cant / Should / Needn’t / Might / May / Could Have; Expressing modals must have / cant’ have / should have / needn’t have / might have /may have /could have + past participle;

Modals of Obligation

Modals of Obligation; Must; official, written rules, strong recommendation Have to; when it’s necessary to do sth(no choice), very strong recommendation Should; soft recommendation or personal advice

Modal Verbs – Meaning – Expressing – Examples

Modal Verbs – Meaning – Expressing – Examples; must, must not, can, could, may, might, need, need not, should / ought to, had better;

Modal Verbs – Must , Should and Have to

Modal Verbs – Must, Should and Have to; Obligation and Recommendation;