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Wednesday, 23 May 2012

File 5 C Have don't have to / must / musn't

Have to - Positives, Negatives, and Questions

  • Have to is a construction (structure). It is not a modal verb. We use auxiliary verbs do and does to form questions and negatives.

    I have to work very unsociable hours.
    She has to wear a uniform.

    I don't have to work at weekends.
    John doesn't have to do any work at home.

    Do I have to pay in advance?
    Does your father have to travel a lot at his job?

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