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Grammar Lesson 2: Difference between will, would, shall and should

Fallimha on August 30, 2012 22:05

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    *Will: forms the future

    I/He/She/We will install Office on my PC

    Means that in the future installing office on my PC will happen

    *Would: has two meanings:

    1-) Future of the past: I said I would install Office on my PC

    2-) Polite request: Would you please do it?

    *Should: has two meanings:

    1-) "it's advisable":

    You should study English every day = it's advisable to study English every day

    2-) "It is expected": One burger should be enough for me = One burger is expected to be enough for me

    *"Shall" is rarely used in American English, use will more frequent and worry not about using shall :-)


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