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    Need a Help - How to use Should, Should have, Should have been, should be in sentence

    Hi Everyone,

    I wanted to know how to use should, should have, should have been, should be in sentences. (Active voice + Passive Voice)

    Please explain me with the some examples.

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    Re: Need a Help - How to use Should, Should have, Should have been, should be in sent

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravi_B View Post

    I wanted to know how to use should, should have, should have been, should be in sentences. (Active voice + Passive Voice)

    Please explain it to me with the some examples.

    Click here for links to earlier threads on the use of 'should' and its various tenses.

    Note that you 'Need help' not 'Need a Help'.

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    Re: Need a Help - How to use Should, Should have, Should have been, should be in sent

    Thanks a lot Rover.

    I have gone through the link which you mentioned in your post, but I got totally confused.

    Can you explain me what is difference between and how to use
    Should, Should have, Should have been, should be in sentence.

    Also please give me some examples.

    awaiting for your reply.

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    Re: Need a Help - How to use Should, Should have, Should have been, should be in sent

    You should stay out of betting shops; you'll lose all your money.

    I should have stayed out of betting shops; I lost all my money.

    I lost all my money in betting shops; I should have been more careful.

    I knew I would lose all my money in betting shops; I should be more careful in future.'

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    Re: Need a Help - How to use Should, Should have, Should have been, should be in sent

    Hello.

    Ravi_B, you should read English Grammar in Use by Raymond Murphy.

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    Boris.
    Please, correct all my mistakes. I should know English perfectly and if you show me my mistakes I will achieve my dream a little bit faster. A lot of thanks.

    Not a teacher nor a native speaker.

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