Presentation on theme: "USAGE OF SHALL EXPRESSING THE FUTURE TENSE: This time next week I shall be in Scotland we shan’t be gone long EXPRESSING A STRONG ASSERTION OR INTENTION:"— Presentation transcript:
USAGE OF SHALL EXPRESSING THE FUTURE TENSE: This time next week I shall be in Scotland we shan’t be gone long EXPRESSING A STRONG ASSERTION OR INTENTION: They shall succeed You shall not frighten me out of this EXPRESSING AN INSTRUCTION, COMMAND, OR OBLIGATION: Every employer shall take all practicable steps to ensure the safety of employees you shall not steal USED IN QUESTIONS INDICATING OFFERS OR SUGGESTIONS: shall I send you the book? shall we go? NOTE:TEACH THE KIDS THE USAGE OF SHALL
You shall abide by the law. There shall be no trespassing on this property. Students shall not enter this room. Examples of SHALL NOTE:TEACH THE KIDS THE USAGE OF SHALL
USED TO INDICATE OBLIGATION, DUTY, OR CORRECTNESS, TYPICALLY WHEN CRITICIZING SOMEONE’S ACTIONS: He should have been careful I think we should trust our people more you shouldn’t have gone INDICATING A DESIRABLE OR EXPECTED STATE: By now people should be able to read with a large degree of independence USED TO GIVE OR ASK ADVICE OR SUGGESTIONS: You should go back to bed what should I wear? USED TO GIVE ADVICE: I should stay out if I were you. USED TO INDICATE WHAT IS PROBABLE: £348 m should be enough to buy him out the bus should arrive in a few minutes. USAGE OF SHOULD NOTE:TEACH THE KIDS THE USAGE OF SHOULD.
Examples of SHOULD Often used in auxiliary functions to express an opinion, suggestion, preference, or idea: You should rest at home today. I should take a bus this time. He should be more thoughtful in the decision-making process. NOTE:TEACH THE KIDS THE USAGE OF SHOULD.
1)I………comb my hair when I go to school. a)shall b)should 2) We………hurry home. I think it would be better and safer. a)shall b)should 4) ……..I send you the book? a)shall b)should 3) You…………be at school at this time.a)shall b)should 5)………we go? a)shall b)should NOTE:CHECK WHETHER THE KID FILL IN WITH APPROPRIATE WORD.
a)Why not go swimming? b)I wish you had brought your swimming – suit? c)You’d better take the plane: it’s faster………… d)It is dangerous for people to drive so fast on motorways………. d)They have probably arrived in Bali by now……. DIRECTIONS: REFORMULATE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES WHILE USING SHALL,SHOULD,SHOULDN’T OR SHOULDN’T HAVE. NOTE:CHECK WHETHER THE KID CAN FORM THE SENTENCES RIGHT.
1) I leave now. It is too late. 2) You have seen him. His dance was amazing. 3) we have lunch together? 4) I like a cup of tea, please. 5) we read the ? NOTE:CHECK WHETHER THE KID FILL IN WITH APPROPRIATE WORD.