We often use should to offer advice, or indicate something that is good or not good to do.
Should is never conjugated, and is used with another verb, in the infinitive.
Here are some more examples:
- Mary should play more often if she wants to get better.
- You should see your doctor every year for a health check up.
- People should pay more attention to their diets.
- You should exercise regularly.
In question form, simply invert the modal and the subject:
- Should I take these pills with a meal?
- Should you be doing that?
- Should we leave now?
- Shouldn’t you be at the theatre by now?
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