You've probably learnt that 'should' is used to give advice or recommendations.
But do you know about the other meaning of 'should'?
Listen to the short extract below.
When the speaker says "That should be fine" or "That shouldn't be a problem", what does he mean?
He means that he's quite sure that it will be fine and he's quite sure that it won't be a problem.
Modals like should, must, may, can, etc have multiple meanings and uses, and one of them is to express different levels of certainty or probability (guessing or deduction - there are many synonyms).
In my Listening Course, we don't just do Listening Practice tests. We look at the language of the Listening test very closely so that we can