In English we use verb “should” to indicate the desired behavior.
e.g. “He should go to school”; “You should take medicine”; “They should not have done this” etc.

In Gujarati sentence formation is

Form of subject with suffix એ(e)objectMain verb + form of વો(vo) as per gender and multiplicity of objectform of “જોઇતું હોવું”(joituM hovuM) as per object and tense
મારે (mAre )કેરી(kerI)ખાવી (khAvI )જોઇએ છે (joie Che)

As you would have guessed, form of વો(vo) are

Masculine singularવો (vo)
Feminine Singular/ Pluralવી (vI)
Neuter Singularવું (vuM)
Masculine pluralવા (vA)
Neuter pluralવાં (vAM)

So these forms follow the pattern discussed in lesson
ઓ-ઈ-ઉં-આ-ઈ-આં (o-I-uM-A-I-AM ) યો-ઈ-યું-યા-ઈ-યાં ( yo-I-yuM-yA-I-yAM ) rule

Form of subject with suffix એ(e)

Pronoun in EnglishPronoun in GujaratiSpecial form to be used with suffix એ(e)
Iહુંમારે (mAre )
weઅમેઅમારે (amAre )
we ( listenr including)આપણેઆપણે (ApaNe)
You (singular)તુંતારે (tAre )
You (plural)તમેતમારે (tamAre)
He /She /It
(when person or thing is near )
/ This (m./f/n.)
He /She /It
(when person or thing is far )
/ That (m./f./n.)


તેણે (teNe)
These (for person )

Those (for person )

They (for person )

આમણે (AmaNe)

એમણે (emaNe)

તેમણે (temaNe)/
તેઓએ (teoe)
They / Those / These (for nonliving thing)એમણે (emaNe)

If object is not present then we will consider it as neuter singular.

In present tense we omit છે(Che). So instead of જોઇએ છે(joie Che) we just say
જોઇએ (joie)

I should eat mango -> મારે કેરી ખાવી જોઇએ (mAre kerI khAvI joie )

You should eat fruit -> તારે ફળ ખાવું જોઇએ (tAre phaL khAvuM joie )

He should have sung -> એણે ગાવું જોઇતું હતું (eNe gAvuM joituM hatuM )

She should have danced -> તેણે નાચવું જોઇતું હતું (teNe nAchavuM joituM hatuM )

Kaushik should say a story -> કૌશિકે કથા કહેવી જોઇએ (kaushike kathA kahevI joie)

Listen examples in this lesson at

How to say sentences using 'Should' in Gujarati