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Hallo, it´s me again.
Maybe you think that my English is a bit poor, perhaps it is, but anyway here is another question I would like you to answer, because I get really confused sometimes.
I understand that both verbs, "should" and "ought to" are used to give an advice, but what´s the difference if there is one?
Thanks beforehand one more time
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Hi Antonio,
In my opinion should is much stronger than ought to. Also, ought too is older style English, more commonly used by Britts.
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Main Entry: should
Pronunciation: sh&d, 'shud
Etymology: Middle English sholde, from Old English sceolde owed, was obliged to, ought to
Date: before 12th century
past ofSHALL
1 -- used in auxiliary function to express condition
2 -- used in auxiliary function to express obligation, propriety, or expediency <'tis commanded I should do so -- Shakespeare>
3 -- used in auxiliary function to express futurity from a point of view in the past
4 -- used in auxiliary function to express what is probable or expected
5 -- used in auxiliary function to express a request in a polite manner or to soften direct statement

Main Entry: 1ought
Pronunciation: 'ot
Function: verbal auxiliary
Etymology: Middle English oughte (1st & 3d sing. present indic.), from oughte, 1st & 3d singular past indicative & subjunctive of owen to own, owe -- more at OWE
Date: 12th century
-- used to express obligation , advisability , natural expectation , or logical consequence

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