Tuesday, 24 February 2015

FCE Unit 19 - Health

Grammar for advice and suggestions:

Should and ought to.

Should and have to have similar meanings and are often interchangeable:
You ought to / should do what you can.
You should /ought to go and see that film. It's really good.
María should have done it / ought to have done it.

Advice and obligation.

Should / Ought to + infinitive is used to give strong advice or talk about obligation in the present or future:
She should / ought to leave straight away.
We should / ought to do it now.
They shouldn't / oughtn't to leave tomorrow; they haven't finished yet.

 

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