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An briathar modal OUGHT TO

Murab ionann agus roinnt briathra modal eile i mBéarla, tá an briathar módúil ach an aimsir láithreach — ought to Agus is fiú cuimhneamh go bhfuil an infinitive úsáidfear í tar éis an briathar modal a úsáidtear le cáithnín gá to Sin díreach an infinitive agus a chabhraíonn linn a léiriú am amháin nó eile inár óráid. I bhfocail eile, chun a chinneadh an t-am ar bith is féidir linn a thairiscint infinitive. Mar shampla:


I ought to buy something for tea, biscuits or sweets. ( brioscaí nó milseáin. I ought to buy something for tea, biscuits or sweets. ( I ought to buy something for tea, biscuits or sweets. ( bhaineas le am i láthair) — is gá dom rud éigin le haghaidh tae, fianáin nó candy a cheannach.

You ought to have decided that. ( You ought to have decided that. ( Tagraíonn an t-am caite a bhí sé inmhianaithe ach nach bhféadfaí a chur i bhfeidhm é.) — Ba chóir duit a chinneadh go feadh i bhfad.

You ought to be sleeping instead of watching a serial. ( ar sraitheach. You ought to be sleeping instead of watching a serial. ( You ought to be sleeping instead of watching a serial. ( bhaineann sé seo le fada an) — Ba chóir duit a chodladh in áit féachaint ar an seó.

Má fhéachann tú ar an aistriúchán ar na moltaí seo a shuíomh nach bhfuil briathar módúil ought to mór chun pas a fháil in abairt ag baint úsáide as na focail ar nós «is gá (go), ba chóir dó (go), a bheadh ​​agat …». Más mian linn frása diúltach, i os comhair na focail seo, chuir muid an cáithnín diúltacha «níl».

An briathar modal ought to freastal linn le haghaidh an abairt:

  1. Féadfaidh an Chomhairle, dualgas morálta nó sóisialta.

    We ought to weigh well what we can decide. – cinneadh a dhéanamh. We ought to weigh well what we can decide. – We ought to weigh well what we can decide. – Ba chóir dúinn smaoineamh ar an-cúramach sula ndéanann tú cinneadh.

    He ought to have been more tactful. – He ought to have been more tactful. – Ba chóir sé a bheith níos tactful.

    I suppose we really ought not to be laughing at her, but I just can’t help it. – ag gáire ar a, ach ní féidir liom cabhrú ach é. I suppose we really ought not to be laughing at her, but I just can’t help it. – I suppose we really ought not to be laughing at her, but I just can’t help it. – I mo thuairimse, nár cheart dúinn gáire ar a, ach tá mé nach bhféadfadh resist ach.

    I feel that I ought to spend more time with my children. – ama le mo leanaí. I feel that I ought to spend more time with my children. – I feel that I ought to spend more time with my children. – I mo thuairimse, is gá dom a chaitheamh níos mó ama lena gcuid páistí.

    You ought to be ashamed of yourself. – You ought to be ashamed of yourself. – Ba cheart duit a bheith náire!

    You ought to watch your weight. – You ought to watch your weight. – Ba chóir duit féachaint ar do mheáchan.

  2. An creideamh daingean go tharchuir na focail «Ba chóir go mbeadh, is cosúil.»

    He ought to have done what I told him. – leis. He ought to have done what I told him. – He ought to have done what I told him. – Rinne sé cosúil cad a dúirt mé leis.

    They ought to have come earlier. – They ought to have come earlier. – Caithfidh siad tar éis teacht roimh.

 

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