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    navaskdlr is offline Newbie
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    should and have to

    I've been confused with the following auxiliaries should and have to that which one is suitable to use.but I've been always using the auxiliary should. could u please correct the above line with right grammar and punctuation and give me an explanation for my confusion about the auxiliary.

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    Gillnetter is offline Key Member
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    Re: should and have to

    Quote Originally Posted by navaskdlr View Post
    I've been confused with the following auxiliaries should and have to that which one is suitable to use. but I've been always using used the auxiliary, should. Could u you please correct the above line with right grammar and punctuation and give me an explanation for my confusion about the auxiliary.
    I cannot explain your confusion but I can give you some examples of how to properly use "should" and "have to". What you "should" do is what you believe is the right thing to do. You are not forced to do what you "should" do. What you "have to" do is something that you are forced to do. For example, you should eat vegetables and fruit, but you have to eat something.

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