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Hello.

"We can often use should or ought to with little difference in meaning when we talk about OBLIGATION and PROBABILITY." (Cambridge Advanced Grammar of English)

What is that little difference in meaning?

Thanks.
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There is none specifically. The phrase 'with little difference' is a general observation and means 'virtually no difference'.
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Hello.

I would be grateful if anyone could tell me the difference or differences between "ought to" and "should".

Thanks.
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