Solutions for: App 353 / Should and Should not (1)

Practise using the modal verb "should"!
We use "should" to give advice, recommendations or talk about expectations and obligations we have.

For example: You should close your window, it is going to rain. ->recommendation
Paul should practise the new words for tomorrow's vocabulary test. -> advice
I should get home at 7pm. -> expectation

Should is followed by the infinitive like all modal verbs.
To negate a sentence use "should not" or shorten this to "shouldn't.
For example: He shouldn't come late tomorrow, we start on time!
I ______ buy new pens, mine are almost all broken.

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should
He ______ balance on that high wall, it is very dangerous!

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shouldn't
We ______ eat healthily!

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should
My parents ______ arrive home in two hours.

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should
I ______ be able to succeed, I practised a lot.

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should
I ______ have to tell you to put your dirty laundry in the washing machine! You can see it for yourself!

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shouldn't
I ______ write Aunt Emily a letter, she sent me a nice birthday present.

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should
You ______ worry about it! You will do well, I am sure.

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shouldn't
He ______ phone you tomorrow to tell you everything you need to know.

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should
Keira ______ watch as much TV, I am worried about her.

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shouldn't
Children, you ______ run in the hallway!

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should not
Bella ______ be able to start the course on Monday.

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should
______ you be in school now? - Yes, but I am ill today.

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Shouldn't
______ you see Mary tomorrow, please tell her to ring me!

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Should