Grammar

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lochoa
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111293
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Grammar
Updated:
2011-10-23 06:13:56
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Grammar
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  1. Shall
    • (will)
    • often used when making questions and suggestions, making an offer or asking for advice: Shall we go out for dinner tonight?
    • Shall I get more tomato juice when I'm at the supermarket
  2. Should
    • is often used as an alternative to shall in connection with requests for advice or instruction What do you think I should do now?
    • is often used to talk about obligation If you are still infectious, you should stay at home. You shouldn't be out and about, infecting everybody you meet.
  3. would
    • used as an alternative to 'used to' when discussing past habits: When we were young, we would spend every summer holiday at the sea-side.
    • used to make polite requests: Would you be prepared to do all this work by yourself without any assistance?
    • conditional: I would have told you all about it, if you had phoned me.

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