LAST week, we took up the modals “will” and “would” and “shall” and “should” as well as analyzed the modal usage of three sentences presented by a government officer, Mr. Edwin Bellen.

Let’s go back where we left off and evaluate the first of Mr. Bellen’s sentences using “should” and “shall”: “Should we yield to his demand or shall we wait until his last week in office?”

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