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"Should have to" and "Will be going to"

Hi All

I know how 'should' and 'have to' are used, but here I don't see the meaning of 'should have to'. Could anyone give an example? And it sounds a bit formal to me, I wonder if it sounds so to you?

And "will be going to', this one crossed my mind while I worked on the above one. Does this make sense? I mean, you say something like "I'll be going to sort it out.".

Thanks for your help.

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    Hi Hailey^^

    'should have to' is always given in a negative form, using 'not'.
    >I should not have to wash the dishes.

    You can also express frequency to add emphasis.
    >You should not have to pay for dinner every single time.

    It's not formal.. you say this when you have a strong opinion against the 'action' but this doesn't mean you won't do the 'action' (because you still can or might do it).

    I understand that using 야하다/야되다 is used for should/ought to/must/have to in context, where as in english, we have sepearate meanings for each word.

    You can say 'I'll be going to sort it out'. But usually we say 'I'll go and sort it out'.
    >I'll be going to Seoul.
    >I'll be going to Busan, but I should not have to (do that/go), because I just went there last weekend.

    Hope that helps~~
    잘 지내지~

    "You should not have to do everything for him."
    "I won't be cleaning for him anymore, at least."

    "You should have to get a ticket for that, right?"
    "I will be going to the movie after I buy my ticket."

    You said: I mean, you say something like "I'll be going to sort it out.".
    " I'll" is a contraction(?) for "I will" :)

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