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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.

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    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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