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Put in should, shouldn’t, ought or oughtn’t. (Look for the word to.)
Vicky: I can’t come out tonight, Rachel. I ought to do some more work. I’m behind with everything. I’ve got so much to do.
Rachel: You worry so much, Vicky. Don’t panic. You to relax sometimes. You take a break.
Vicky: I know I panic, but I do. I can’t help it.
Rachel: Anyway, you’re doing OK, aren’t you? Your results have been good. You be pleased. You to invent problems for yourself.
What would you say in these situations? Add a sentence with ‘d better (not) and the words in brackets.
► Vicky doesn’t feel well. She’s got a headache. What might you say to her? (an aspirin)
You’d better take an aspirin.
1- You and Daniel are meeting Rachel. You’ve both arrived, but she isn’t there yet. She is usually late. (wait)
2- Ilona is leaving her bike outside the swimming-pool. You know it won’t be safe if she leaves it unlocked.
3- Some friends are going to visit you today. Your room is in a mess. What do you think?
4- Nick is giving you a lift in his old sports car. There’s a speed limit, and there’s a police car behind you.
5- There’s an exam tomorrow. Neither you nor Rachel have done any work for it.
Add a sentence using be (not) supposed to and these verbs:
leave it outside, report to the police, stand in a queue, take two before meals, watch it
► You shouldn’t bring your bike in here. You’re supposed to leave it outside.
1- I’ve got some pills.
2- Foreign visitors can’t travel freely here.
3- Be careful waiting for a bus in England.
4- This film isn’t for under-sixteens.
Complete the conversation. Use should, ought to, had better or be supposed to and the verbs in brackets. Usually there is more than one correct answer.
Vicky: What time are we supposed to be (we / be) at the coffee morning?
Rachel: The invitation says ten o’clock.
Vicky: Well, it’s ten now. (we / hurry). (we / not / be) late.
Rachel: Oh, it won’t matter if we’re a bit late.
Vicky: I think it would be rude, wouldn’t it? I don’t think people (arrive) late when they’ve been invited to something.
Rachel: You worry too much. (you / not / take) everything so seriously, Vicky. It’s a coffee morning, not a job interview. (we / not / get) there exactly on time.