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    #1

    should = will?

    Dear teachers

    Am I right with the following interpretation?

    Contact her and she should be able to help you out!

    should = will.

    Thank you

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    #2

    Re: should = will?

    No.

    'She will be able. . .' = 'She will definitely be able. . .'

    'She should be able. . .' = 'She will probably be able. . .'

    Rover

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