Which of the following is/are correct regarding uses of should/must/ought to appropriately in the sentences.
Note – This question is multiple select questions (MSQ).
(A) Must is stronger than should and ought. It is more like an order. Should and ought to, on the other hand, are more like pieces of advice.
(B) Must can be used to talk about obligation. It is stronger than should and ought.
(C) Should and ought have very similar meanings and can often replace each other. Note that ought is followed by the infinitive with to.
(D) We use must in affirmative sentences to say what is necessary and to give strong advice and orders to ourselves or other people.
Answer: (A) (B) (C) (D)
Explanation: All of these are correct.
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