(1) He should win the race.
(2) He would win the race.Which sentence expresses more likelihood of his winning the race?
Thanks again, Dimcl Those two words are not on the same horizon.
When one says "he should win the race" how sure is the speaker of his winning the race? Can it be replaced by "maybe"?
If I were to say "Cheshire should win the race", I am voicing my opinion which is probably based on my measured judgement of your chances. It's a stronger statement than if I say "Cheshire may win the race" because any one of the competitors "may" win.