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    uses of "Should"

    Would you please be kind enough to let me know about some of the unconventional and less employed uses of the modal Auxillary "Should"?

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    Re: uses of "Should"

    It can be used as an alternative for would with I and we- this is not very common nowadays, at least in British English.
    It can be used instead of if in a first conditional- should you see her = if you see her

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    Re: uses of "Should"

    Quote Originally Posted by nazir View Post
    Would you please be kind enough to let me know about some of the unconventional and less employed uses of the modal Auxillary "Should"?
    Why not list the uses you already know, with example sentences; then others can add to the list?

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