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Monday, October 14, 2013

How to use 'SHOULD' and 'WOULD' as an Auxiliary Verb ?

Our blog for free MT course explained about how to use SHOULD as an auxiliary verb in English language.  In this post we would learn about the remaining topic of ‘should’ as an auxiliary. ‘Should’ as an auxiliary is used the structure of the sentence as for the surprise or annoyance. Some of the examples are: 1. How should you know where mother keeps the provisions? (This is in the Simple Present form). 2. Why should I know anything about Leukemia? (This is in the Simple Present form). 3. Why should I keep this book when he gives a bunch of papers related to the topic completely? (This is in the Simple Present form).  Whenever the sentence structure has the form of probability or expectations, the examples are 1. The students should be in their college now. (This is in the simple present form) (Be is used as verb here). 2. You should not reject formal invitations from seniors. (This is in the simple present form). 3. At this time, the Examiner should be going rounds on his duty for inspection. (This is in the Present continuous form). 4. Shouldn’t you give an apology for her rudeness. (This is in the Simple present form). 5. Shouldn’t you have sent your condolences when you heard about your grandma’s sudden death? (This is in the future in the past tense form).

Whenever the sentence structure has the form of What is advisable, some of the examples are given below 1. She should eat her meal when it is warm. (This is in the simple present form). 2. Everyone should feed when the sun shines. (This is in the simple present form).

3. We should not take advantage of someone’s helplessness. (This is in the simple present form). 4. Shouldn’t you help those in trouble or problems? (This is in the simple present form). 5. We should donate blood to the people who are in need of blood, shouldn’t we?

In the next post we would also learn about the remaining topic dealing with an auxiliary ‘WOULD’.