What's the difference between すべき (subeki) and べき (beki)?
すべき (subeki) = should do; ought to do
べき (beki) = should; must; that one ought to; to be done
Both mean "should", but is there a rule as to when to use one instead of the other?
Here are some examples from my text book:
motto sentakushi ga aru beki dato omoimasu.
I think there should be more choice
Nani o subeki ka wakarimasu yo.
You'll know what to do, I'm telling you.
What's the difference between the two? In the examples above, they seem to perform the same function. So why is one used over the other?