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31 Dec 2018

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NOTE THAT NEED HERE IS A MODAL AUXILLIARY VERB AND NOT A FINITE VERB WHICH CONFORMS WITH THE NUMBER OF SUBJECTS HENCE, IT SI WRONG TO SAY:

· Steve needs train for the competition. (wrong)
· Steve needs money to buy a jersey. (right)
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OUGHT TO
It is used to simply express what is expected of someone.
· You ought to know the name of your captain.
· She ought to do that for you.

¨ DARE
It is used to express a challenge.
· You dare say that!
· She dare do the work for her.

Is the English here correct?

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