several sites suggest the above for work harder. also 'lavorare piu (accented) sodo'
I used "You should work more!" but that doesn't work (even though "ought to" is one of the options)" Should this be reported, or is there another Italian word which means "should"?
Hi, "You should work more" in Italian means "Tu DOVRESTI lavorare di più". "DOVRESTI" is a Present Conditional Tense.