‘SHOULD’ AND ‘OUGHT TO’


‘SHOULD’ AND ‘OUGHT TO’
Ø They are basically the same, although
Ø Should is much more widely used than ‘ought to’.
Ø The negative and interrogative forms of ‘ought to’ are becoming increasingly rare.
Ø Both ‘should’ and ‘ought to’ are used to talk about obligation and duty and to give advice.
e.g   I should to the doctor.
Think of things you should do and shouldn’t do if you want to improve your english.
Ø You should read a lot of english.
Ø You should learn more vocabulary in context.
Ø You should takl to english people.
Ø You shouldn’t talk Spanish in class.
Ø You shouldn’t translate everything.
Ø Other simple contexts where you give advice might include how to lose weight, what to do if you have a bad cold, how to give up smoking, how to be successful at an interview and so on.














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