should or must

  • ribran

    Senior Member
    English - American
    Well, when you have a blissfully unaware, nearsighted, easily flustered aunt who is a threat to society when she takes the wheel, should does come in handy... :D

    Anyway, I would probably use must, not have to.
     

    Ivan Cheung

    New Member
    Hong Kong - Cantonese
    I agree with ribran. I think should will not be a good choice here. Must will be better as it is a command.
     
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