Rewrite each of the following sentences using should/ ought to/must in place of the italicised words. Make other changes wherever necessary.
(i) You are obliged to do your duty irrespective of consequences. ___________
(ii) You will do well to study at least for an hour every day. ___________
(iii) The doctor says it is necessary for her to sleep eight hours every night. ___________
(iv) It is right that you show respect towards elders and affection towards youngsters. ___________
(v) If you want to stay healthy, exercise regularly. ____________
(vi) It is good for you to take a walk every morning. ____________
(vii) It is strongly advised that you don’t stand on your head.
(viii) As he has a cold, it is better for him to go to bed. ___________
Use should, must, ought to appropriately in the following sentences :
(i) People who live in glass houses _______ not throw stones.
(ii) You _______ wipe your feet before coming into the house, especially during rains.
(iii) You _______ do what the teacher tells you.
(iv) The pupils were told that they _______ write more neatly.
(v) Sign in front of a park : You _______ not walk on the grass.
(vi) You _______ be ashamed of yourself having made such a remark.
(vii) He left home at 9 o’clock. He _______ be here any minute.
(viii) “Whatever happened to the chocolate cake?” How _______I know? I have just arrived.”
Divide each of the following sentences into its parts. Write meaningful parts. If necessary, supply a word or two to make each part meaningful.
(i) I went to the tool shed to see what I could find. (3 parts)
(ii) When I came back he was sitting on the ground. (2 parts)
(iii) We may as well see what’s the matter with it, now it is out. (3 parts)
(iv) He said he hoped we had got them all. (3 parts)
(v) I had to confess he was right. (2 parts)