Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Using must, should and ought to

November 28, 2012

We use must in affirmative sentences to say what is necessary and to give strong advice and orders to ourselves or other people. Children must learn good habits. (Necessity) Our companies must increase their productivity. (Necessity) You really must stop smoking. (Necessity) That child must learn to say ‘thank-you’. Talking about obligation Must can be […]

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