The Verb "Ought" - 154

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The Verb Ought. 

Ought is the past tense of the verb owe, which originally meant ‘to own’, and now means ‘to be under obligation’. Ought always implies duty or obligation. It is followed by a present infinitive or a perfect infinitive.

You ought to consult a doctor about that pain in your knee.

He ought not to have behaved like that.

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