Should I stay or should I go?
Juliette is currently studying at St Giles San Francisco. She was given a classroom assignment to practise using modal auxiliary verbs, and here Juliette has written some good advice in response to the Clash song ‘Should I Stay or Should I Go?’
I have received your letter about your relationship problem. I can try to help you and to give you some advice.
I think you should go, Joe; it will be difficult but it may be better for you. You said that you could have troubles if you leave her, but if you decide to stay that will be worse! You have to make a decision by yourself, you can’t ask her what to do! She can manipulate you again and again!! You should know that she loves to tease you! Now, you must choose!! You can’t put it off; that’s enough! You are able to do it, you are a big boy! If I were you, I would be sure to go! I’m not you, so you ought to make a decision, and I will be there even if you stay with her!
You should think about the positive and the negative points and after you are able to talk with her and to answer your question: “Should I stay or should I go?”
See you soon!
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