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Hai my dear expert,
if it rains i won't go to shool ------>
when it rains i shouldn't go to school-------->
when it rains i dont go to school------->
All gives same meaning or not?
can i use should with if clause .if yes can u give some examples to me .it will help alot
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"When rain comes.I surely(100%) don't go to school."
Is It right?
Last edited by hari_babu; 11-Apr-2013 at 09:49. Reason: i missed one word
Sorry,next time I never done this mistake again.
"Shouldn't" has a different meaning. It can mean various things depending on the context - "It's advisable that I don't go; It's better if I don't go; I'm not supposed to go..."