: What do I think? What should I do?
: You should never drink and drive.
: You should always wear a seat belt.
: You should brush your teeth every day.
: I should exercise more often, but Im too lazy.
: When you press this button, the pilot flame should ignite.
: You should be warm enough with that coat.
: If I should be late, go without me.
: Should you need extra blankets, you will find them in the closet.
: I suggest that he should stay lest he should find himself in trouble.
*: It was a long weary time, for the Boy was too ill to play, and the little Rabbit found it rather dull with nothing to do all day long. But he snuggled down patiently, and looked forward to the time when the Boy should be well again, and they would go out in the garden amongst the flowers and the butterflies and play splendid games in the raspberry thicket like they used to.
*: He is noted for coming up with his wager, in which he argued that he was prepared to believe in God on the grounds that he had nothing to lose if he was wrong, and everything to gain should he be right.
: I told him that I should be busy tomorrow.
*: I was astonished at this polite offer, which my modesty induced me to ascribe more to my uniform than to my own merits, and, as I felt no inclination to refuse the compliment, I said that I should be most happy.
: I should imagine that everything is fine right now.
: I should be lucky if I were you.
*: I should like to dine with him. I dare say he gives famous dinners.
*: "If our friends, the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman, were only with us," said the Lion, "I should be quite happy."
*: "Your Silver Shoes will carry you over the desert," replied Glinda. "If you had known their power you could have gone back to your Aunt Em the very first day you came to this country." "But then I should not have had my wonderful brains!" cried the Scarecrow. "I might have passed my whole life in the farmers cornfield."