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i am just confused where we use would had have was were will shall should?

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Will Used to express desire, preference, choice, or consent: I will take this duty. Will you stop talking like that? Used to express the future: It will rain tomorrow. The news will spread soon. Used to express capacity or capability: This bucket will hold two gallons of water. This airplane will take 200 passengers. Used to express determination, insistence, or persistence:
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Should (past form of shall) Often used in auxiliary functions to express an opinion, suggestion, preference, or idea: You should rest at home today. I should take a bus this time. He should be more thoughtful in the decision-making process. Used to express that you wish something had happened but it didn't or couldn't (should + have + past participle) : You should have seen it. It was really beautiful. I should have completed it earlier to meet the deadline. We should have visited the place on the way. Used to ask for someone's opinion: What should we do now? Should we continue our meeting? Should we go this way? Where should we go this summer? Used to say something expected or correct: There should be an old city hall building here. Everybody should arrive by 6 p.m. We should be there this evening.
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Shall Mainly used in American English to ask questions politely (it has more usages in British English) . For the future tense, will is more frequently used in American English than shall. Shall we dance? Shall I go now? Let's drink, shall we? Often used in formal settings to deliver obligation or requirement: You shall abide by the law. There shall be no trespassing on this property. Students shall not enter this room.
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was and were are in the past tense, but they are used differently. Was is used in the first person singular (I) and the third person singular (he, she, it). Were is used in the second person singular and plural (you, your, yours) and first and third person plural (we, they). The forms that was and were will take in your sentence are summarized in the chart below, Singular = I was, You were, He was, She was, It was Plural = We were, You were, They were I was driving to the park.You were drinking some water.He was about to eat dinner.She was at the roller rink.It was a great time.We were in the right spot.They were nowhere to be seen.
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Would (past form of will) Often used in auxiliary functions with rather to express preference: I would rather go shopping today. We'd rather say something than stay quiet. Used to express a wish or desire: I would like to have one more pencil. Used to express contingency or possibility: If I were you, I would be so happy. Used to express routine or habitual things: Normally, we would work until 6 p.m.
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Have is used with the first and second person singular present and plural tenses and the third person plural present tense. Again, in plain English, this just means you use have when you are speaking in the first and second person singular and third person plural, i.e., with the pronouns I, you, we, and they. I have a great deal for you. Do you have any money? We have a new ride at the amusement park. They also have a wonderful gift shop.
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i am just confused where we use would had have was were will shall should?
Will Used to express desire, preference, choice, or consent: I will take this duty. Will you stop talking like that? Used to express the future: It will rain tomorrow. The news will spread soon. Used to express capacity or capability: This bucket will hold two gallons of water. This airplane will take 200 passengers. Used to express determination, insistence, or persistence:

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