The Modal Verb Should
We use 'should' to give 'advice and suggestion' in the present.
The negative form of 'should' is 'should not'. Often, the contracted form ('shouldn’t') is used in speech.
You \should not\ go.
Don’t/doesn’t/didn’t are not used with 'should.'
Do not use do/does/did in questions with 'should.'
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