One Point English Lesson: Should vs. Must

Michael Uncategorized 3 Comments

Should and must are both modal verbs in English, but basically have a different meaning. Must has a much stronger meaning because it expresses duty or a rule. Should is often used to mean “I think it is a good idea,” so it has a less strong meaning. Here is a lessongraphic showing the basic differences:

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