We’re back at some more Modal Verbs and today I want to talk about how often we use these specific ones in terms of telling or advising people to do or not to do something. Different modal verbs express how strongly you feel something should or shouldn’t be done.
Subject + could + base form A: You could eat blueberries and nuts. B: Could you please send me the article?
Subject + should/have to + base form
Example: You should eat a breakfast complete with brain foods.
Subject + must + base form
Example: You must implement stillness into your day to relax your mind and body, or else you will get sick.
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