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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:

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2 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

3 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

4 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.

5 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.

6 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.

7 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.

8 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.

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