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She has an American accent.

NGSL Rank: 88
ʃʊd Listen
  • used to indicate obligation, duty, or correctness, typically when criticizing someone's actions.
    E.g. he should have been careful
  • used to indicate what is probable.
    E.g. £348 m should be enough to buy him out
  • (expressing the conditional mood) referring to a possible event or situation.
    E.g. if you should change your mind, I'll be at the hotel
  • used in a clause with ‘that’ after a main clause describing feelings.
    E.g. it is astonishing that we should find violence here
  • used in a clause with ‘that’ expressing purpose.
    E.g. in order that training should be effective it must be planned systematically
  • (in the first person) expressing a polite request or acceptance.
    E.g. I should like some more, if I may
  • (in the first person) expressing a conjecture or hope.
    E.g. he'll have a sore head, I should imagine
  • used to emphasize to a listener how striking an event is or was.
    E.g. you should have seen Marge's face

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