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Should / must

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    Use of should and must (affirmative and negative)
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  • People (shouldn't/should/mustn't) cover their mouths when they cough.
    should
  •  15
  • If you have a snake bite, you (must/should/shouldn't) go to the doctor.
    must
  •  15
  • My friend had a big stomachache yesterday, and now he (shouldn't/should/must) eat a lot of sugar.
    shouldn't
  •  20
  • When you have a sore throat, you (mustn't/must/should) take some cough drops.
    should
  •  15
  • They (must/should/shouldn't) put on a bandage over those deep cuts. It's bleeding a lot!
    must
  •  20
  • If you have a broken arm or leg, this first thing you (should/must/shouldn't) do is go to a doctor.
    must
  •  15
  • Students (must/should/shouldn't) wear a uniform when they go to school.
    must
  •  20
  • We (shouldn't/should/mustn't) use the phone during the class to talk to our friends.
    mustn't
  •  15
  • With the COVID-19 pandemic happening, we (mustn't/must/should) wear masks and sanitize all the time.
    must
  •  20
  • If you have a temperature, you (should/must/mustn't) lie down and rest.
    should
  •  15
  • If she has a headache, she (shouldn't/should/must) take a cough drop - an aspirin is better.
    shouldn't
  •  20
  • What must I do if I have COVID-19 symptoms?
    You must go to the doctor. / You must call your doctor. (other answers?)
  •  25
  • Where should I go if I have a temperature and a headache?
    You should go to the hospital. / You should stay home. (other answers?)
  •  25
  • The kids are sick. Should they go swimming?
    No, they shouldn't.
  •  15
  • Mark has broken his leg. Should he move it?
    No, he shouldn't.
  •  15
  • If you want to play a guitar, you (must/shouldn't/should) take lessons at Music school.
    should
  •  15