Nov 10, 2016

UNIT 34 • Should (2)

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  • Write a sentence (beginning in the way shown) that means the same as the first sentence.

    ‘I think it would be a good idea to see a specialist,’ the doctor said to me.
    The doctor recommended that I should see a specialist.
    The doctor recommended that I see a specialist.
    The doctor recommended that I saw a specialist.
    • ‘You really must stay a little longer,’ she said to me.
      She insisted that
      She insisted that
      She insisted that

      • ‘Why don’t you visit the museum after lunch?’ I said to them.
        I suggested that
        I suggested that
        I suggested that

        • ‘You must pay the rent by Friday,’ the landlord said to us.
          The landlord demanded that
          The landlord demanded that
          The landlord demanded that

          • ‘Why don’t you go away for a few days?’ Jack said to me.
            Jack suggested that
            Jack suggested that
            Jack suggested that

          • Are these sentences ‘RIGHT’ or ‘WRONG’?
            • Tom suggested that I should look for another job.
              • RIGHT or WRONG?

            • Tom suggested that I look for another job.
              • RIGHT or WRONG?

            • Tom suggested that I looked for another job.
              • RIGHT or WRONG?

            • Tom suggested me to look for another job.
              • RIGHT or WRONG?

            • Where do you suggest I go for my holiday?
              • RIGHT or WRONG?

            • Where do you suggest me to go for my holiday?
              • RIGHT or WRONG?

            • Where do you suggest I should go for my holiday?
              • RIGHT or WRONG?

          • Complete the sentences using ‘should …’ + one of these verbs:

            ask       ○      be       ○      leave       ○      listen       ○      say       ○      worry
            • It’s strange that she late. She’s usually on time.
              It’s funny that you that. I was going to say the same thing.
              It’s only natural that parents about their children.
              Isn’t it typical of Ron that he without saying goodbye to anybody?
              I was surprised that he me for advice. What advice could I give him?
              It’s very important that everybody very carefully.

            • Complete these sentences using ‘if … should … ,’. Then rewrite the same sentences beginning with ‘Should … ,’.
              • It’s possible that you’ll see Tom this evening.
                If can you ask him to phone me?
                Should can you ask him to phone me?

                • It’s possible that Ann will arrive before I get home.
                  If can you look after her until I come?
                  Should can you look after her until I come?

                  • Perhaps there will be some letters for me while I’m away.
                    can you send them on to this address?
                    can you send them on to this address?

                    • I don’t suppose you’ll need any help but you might.
                      let me know.
                      let me know.

                    • (Section E) Complete the sentences using ‘I should …’ + one of these verbs:

                      buy       ○      keep       ○      phone       ○      wait
                      • ‘Shall I leave now?’ ~ ‘No, a bit longer.’
                        ‘Shall I throw these things away?’ ~ ‘No them. You may need them.’
                        ‘Shall I go and see Paul?’ ~ ‘Yes, but him first.’
                        ‘Do you think it’s worth repairing this TV set?’ ~ ‘No a new one.’

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