Exercise: modal auxiliaries, should, ought to 2.
Exercise on how to use should and ought to for strong probability.
Substitute the phrase underlined for the should / shouldn't or ought to / oughtn't to structures (both modals are possible in all answers even though there may be small differences in meaning). You can use the contracted (I'm) form or the complete (I am) form of the verb.
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