Shall and Should for beginners
'Shall' and 'Should' are like relatives, because 'Should' is the past tense of 'Shall', but they have different functions despite their similarities.
The Modal Verb Should
We use 'should' to talk about 'advice and suggestions' in the present.
The negative form of 'should' is 'shouldn’t.'
Do not use don’t/doesn’t/didn’t with 'should.'
Do not use do/does/did in questions with 'should.'
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