Presuppositional Forms: Contrary-to-Expectation “Should” – Today, when someone presents a simple outcome or limitation (using few enough words that it can be presupposed in a longer sentence. Ex. “being confident” or “making more money”), use the following presuppositional form to presuppose the outcome or to change the limitation into a resource.
“In the unlikely event that a particular money making technique would not work, some other technique should usually get the results.”
“If you should temporarily lose your confidence, you can remember what it’s like and get it back.”