Avoid Helping Verbs (Might, May, Would, Should, and Could)
Helping verbs, also called auxiliary verbs, are tricky for two reasons: they can have multiple meanings and those meanings are sometimes a matter of interpretation.
EXAMPLE: “When you complete your timesheet, you should be paid.”
If you insert may instead of should, implies possibility or permission.
EXAMPLE: “When you complete your timesheet, you will be paid.”