Solutions for: App 354 / Should and Should not (2)

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 ______ go home now, it is late.

Solution:
should
I think you ______ buy that, it is too expensive!

Solution:
shouldn't
______ you do your homework now? Why are you playing outside?

Solution:
Shouldn't
They ______ really buy a new car, their car is very old.

Solution:
should
I think you ______ see a doctor, you look very ill.

Solution:
should
______ it be icy tomorrow, I won't be able to come.

Solution:
Should
You ______ ring your parents, they might worry otherwise.

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should
You ______ have eaten all the chocolates! I wanted some, too!

Solution:
shouldn't
You ______ watch this film, it's amazing!

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should
She ______ study so much! She looks stressed and pale.

Solution:
shouldn't
You ______ always be honest and respectful of others.

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should
He ______ have to look after his little sister everyday. It is too much for him.

Solution:
should not
We ______ ask Tom about it. He knows a lot about the topic.

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should
Bella ______ be home later than 9pm. She caught the earlier bus.

Solution:
shouldn't