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I am very impressed with this charitable organisation. I feel IMarks:1
should sign a cheque.
Explanation:‘Should’ is used in all persons to express duty or obligation.
I want to meet yourMarks:1
principal. Shall I come to your school on Monday?
Explanation:‘Shall I’ is used to ask the will of the person addressed.
I told mother that IMarks:1
would settle in Delhi.
Explanation:‘Would’ is used as past equivalent of ‘will’.
Malini does not like dogs. If sheMarks:1
should see this pet, she will be angry.
Explanation:In clauses of condition, ‘should’ is used to express a supposition that may not be true.
I am not even in the top 10. IMarks:1
should have worked harder.
Explanation:‘Should + perfect infinitive’ denotes a past obligation that was not fulfilled.