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Title: You Should Take Advice
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Advice is one thing that is freely given away, but watch that you take only what is worth having. He who takes advice about his savings from one who is inexperienced in such matters, shall pay with his savings for proving the falsity of their opinions. The Richest Man in Babylon. This is why I only take advice from very few people. It’s not that I’m too smart or that I know everything already - on the contrary, I need all the wisdom I can get. I just choose my sources carefully; I typically only follow the guidance of those who have (or know how to get) what I want. His answer was simple: find someone who has what you want.
Should is an auxiliary verb - a modal auxiliary verb. We use should mainly to: give advice or make recommendations. talk about obligation. talk about probability and expectation. We often use should when offering advice or opinions (similar to ought to): You should see the new James Bond movie. It's great! You should try to lose weight. John should get a haircut.
You should take a photograph. 5. Sue drives everywhere. You should come and see you often. 4. I’m in a difficult position. What do you thing I should do? 5. I’m sorry that I didn’t take your advice. I should have done what you said. 6. I’m playing tennis with Jill tomorrow. She should win – she’s much better than me.
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Modals of Advice: Should, Ought to, Had better. These three verbs are modal verbs. ought to. had better. Modal verbs are helping/auxiliary verbs that express ideas like ability, advice, and obligation. Many modal verbs have more than one meaning. They are always followed by the simple form of a verb. Let's learn how to give advice! English speakers use the modal verbs should, ought to and had better to express that they think something is a good (or a bad) idea. Should is the most common way to give advice. Look at these examples: Affirmative.
Having decided it should be a number, he tried to think what an "ordinary number" should be. He ruled out non-integers, then he remembered having worked as a "prop-borrower" for John Cleese on his Video Arts training videos. Cleese needed a funny number for the punchline to a sketch involving a bank teller (himself) and a customer (Tim Brooke-Taylor). He eventually decided that it should be something that made no sense whatsoever – a number, and a mundane one at that. And that is how he arrived at the number 42, completely at random. The band Coldplay's album Viva la Vida includes a song called "42". When asked by Q if the song's title was, Chris Martin said, "It is and it isn't.
You should take a look in the mirror, Damian, before accusing other people. You’re not perfect, you know. Damian was so shocked, he didn’t know how to reply. Man: Yeah, the new album comes out next week. It’s called Variations, and I think it’s quite different to my last album. A lot of the songs on that were to do with dealing with being successful, as lots of second albums are, I suppose. But while I was on tour recently I, er,fell in love, actually, and I think that’s what’s motivated me to write these twelve tracks.
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