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ENGLISH PAGE - Must
Using "Must" in Present, Past, and Future
Present form: You must take some time off and get some rest.
Future form: SHIFT TO "SHOULD": You should take some time off next week to get some rest.
Is the using 'should' instead of 'must' for future form a necessity or must I definitely use 'should'? Is 'you must take some time off next week to get some rest' wrong?
Thank you both for the answers. I think I have got it. Although it is written on this site that we can't use the form of suggestion for the present, we can use in a right context. Am I right?
ENGLISH PAGE - Could - suggestion
-We could write a letter to the director now.
-You could ask your doctor for a check-up right now.