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SHOULD AND
COULD

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Verb: SHOULD
 Should is used to give advice or make strong

suggestions.
 Examples: You should take your medicine.
He sh...
Exercises with SHOULD
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Write sentences with SHOULD
or SHOULDN’T according to
the situation given.

Th...
Verb: COULD

 Could is used to suggest

alternatives or state possibilities.
 Examples: We could invite her to the movie...
Exercises
Match the questions and answers:
 Questions:
 1. What’s the matter?

 Answer s:
 a. Yes. Let’s call her

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Exercises
Match the questions and answers:
 Questions:
 1. What’s the matter?

 Answer s:
 a. Yes. Let’s call her



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    1. 1. SHOULD AND COULD 1
    2. 2. Verb: SHOULD  Should is used to give advice or make strong suggestions.  Examples: You should take your medicine. He shouldn’t complain so much. You should obey your mother.  QUESTIONS: -What should I do? -Should I go there? -Should Helen help him? ANSWERS: You should tell him the truth. Yes, you should. Yes, she should. W. García. 2
    3. 3. Exercises with SHOULD  1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Write sentences with SHOULD or SHOULDN’T according to the situation given. The students are tired. Sandra doesn’t have any friends. I am always late for class. Tom wants to learn to dance. I don’t have a job. She feels terrible today. W. García. 3
    4. 4. Verb: COULD  Could is used to suggest alternatives or state possibilities.  Examples: We could invite her to the movies tonight. They could come on weekend. I could tell him about it.  Could is also used to show past ability.  Examples: He could run fast when he was a child. She could play football well fifteen years ago. W. García. 4
    5. 5. Exercises Match the questions and answers:  Questions:  1. What’s the matter?  Answer s:  a. Yes. Let’s call her       ___ 2. Have you looked in your pocket? ____ 3. What should Bill tell his dad? ____ 4. Shouldn’t we call Betty, too? ____ 5. Have you talked to your dad about this?__      now. b. He’ll give it a try. c. No. I couldn’t. He never listens to me. d. I lost my wallet. e. Of course! f. You shouldn’t call me. g. Of course, he has. h. The truth. W. García. 5
    6. 6. Exercises Match the questions and answers:  Questions:  1. What’s the matter?  Answer s:  a. Yes. Let’s call her       ___ 2. Have you looked in your pocket? ____ 3. What should Bill tell his dad? ____ 4. Shouldn’t we call Betty, too? ____ 5. Have you talked to your dad about this?__      now. b. He’ll give it a try. c. No. I couldn’t. He never listens to me. d. I lost my wallet. e. Of course! f. You shouldn’t call me. g. Of course, he has. h. The truth. W. García. 5
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