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when i need use "would" and "should" ? Explication
Jun 20, 2015 1:52 AM
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You would use would like if it's a possibility. For example, "Would Anna go to the movies later?" Should is used a firm statement, saying that it should happen. An example would be, "Anna should go to movies later." Hope this helps.
June 20, 2015
Both "would" and "should" are modal verbs. They are used as auxiliary verbs in order to complete the meaning of the sentence together with the main verb. Nevertheless, they have completely different meanings. -"Would" is used to express possibilites or hipotetical situations (e.g. "If I had a lot of money, I would spend it all at making the world a better place) and to ask or offer something politely (e.g. "Would you please help me learn other languages?"). -"Could" is also used to express possibilities and ask things politely, but with the meaning of affirming or questioning the concrete possibility of something. (e.g. "If I gave my car keys right now, could you drive it?" or "The door bell just rang. It could be Claire" or "Could you please move your chair, mister?"
June 20, 2015
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June 20, 2015
Would Will power : I wouldn't do that. Possibility : If he knows about it, he would be very angry. Polite form : would you help me? (Samething goes to can and could / Could you help me , Can you help me?) Should Strong possibility : He left 10 minutes ago. He should be there soon. Better choice: I have to get up early tomorrow. I should to bed now. The paint is not dried. You shouldn't touch the wall. Of course there are much more meanings but for now it is enough.
June 20, 2015
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