Should is a pretty versatile word in the world of English grammar. I’ve talked about using should in a few other episodes of the Happy English podcast, and today I’d like to talk about how we use should with conditionals. Some of this has a formal sound, which means these three patterns are likely to show up on English exams, like the TOEIC. Let’s check ‘em out!
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- If you should see Karen, tell her I found her credit card.
- You’d better take an umbrella in case it should rain.
- Should you want to learn three ways to use should with conditionals, listen to the rest of this podcast.
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