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;
Modal Verbs – Types and Uses Ability, permisson, advice, obligation, possibility. Can, could, may, should, would, might, may and etc… Follow the list;
Modal Verbs Showing Obligation Full obligation; must, partial obligation; should, partial obligation; ought to (less common);
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.
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; 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 – Must, Should and Have to; Obligation and Recommendation;
Modal Verbs: Advice (Should, Ought to, Had better);