应该 (Chinese PinYin: [yīng gāi]; traditional Chinese:應該) may mean: (1) auxiliary. should; (2) auxiliary. ought to; (3) auxiliary. must. Literally: 应 (should) + 该 (must). It is a high-frequency everyday vocabulary which can be used in both spoken and written Mandarin Chinese. Some example phrases and expressions are: 应该是 (should be), 不应该 (shouldn’t), 应该的 (should).
1. How to pronounce 应该?
Chinese Pinyin: [yīng gāi]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 应该
Synonyms: 理当, 该当, 应当,
Antonyms: 不需要, 不用, 不应该,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 应该.
Fixed expression: 应该是 (should be), 不应该 (shouldn’t), 应该的 (should),
Collocation:应该检查 (should check), 应该注意 (should notice),
4. How to use 应该 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 应该.
Translation: No conclusion should be made before all the facts are buttoned down.
Translation: I should have agreed with your proposal.
4.3 为了你的健康, 你应该多喝水。
Translation: For your own health, you should drink more water.
4.4 生活总要继续, 你应该更勇敢地处理遇到的挑战。
Translation: Life has to move on, you ought to deal with the challenges more bravely.
Translation: Check out the best online shopping sites that you should be shopping at right now.
Translation: Maybe we should all live like a Buddha.
4.7 二战后美国的效率已经翻番，按理我们应该每周工作 20小时，对吧？
Translation: Since World War II, productivity in the U.S. has doubled. So we should be working 20 hours per week, right?
4.8 这个问题不应该回避, 应该好好处理.
Translation: This question should not be dodged, it should be dealt with in a proper manner.
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