Both are modal auxiliaries and should is not just the past of shall.
Here is a good explanation: https://learningenglish.voanews.com/a/everyday-grammar-should-vs-shall/3107315.html
"have had" and "had had". Where are using?
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German words to describe cheese
how is it correct, suspended by any reason or for any reason?
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