How To Use ‘Do Have To’ to Ask Questions about Action

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In this chapter, we shall learn the use of ‘do have to’ to ask a question.

We use ‘do’ with ‘have to’ to ask questions. This form is used with reference to a habitual or permanent state.

Formation of a question using ‘Do have to’

We use an auxiliary verb ‘do’ with the base form of the main verb in a question.

  • In the present tense, we use ‘do have to with the subjects- I, we, you, they, and any other plural noun.

When we ask a question, we should use ‘do’ at the start of a sentence.

We shall see how to form a question about the action.

So the formation of the question using ‘do have to’ is as follows;

  • Do + subject + have to + base form of a verb + other words + question mark (?)

Examples of ‘have to’ in a question

Let’s see how to use ‘have to’ in the questions with some examples.

Here are some examples. The formation is as above.

Have a look-

  1. Do I have to finish my homework today?
  2. Do we have to meet her before the evening?
  3. Do you have to put on weight by two kg?
  4. Do they have to search the language websites on Google?
  5. Do I have to reach the airport on time?
  6. Do we have to survive in such a difficult situation?
  7. Do you have to show your progress card?
  8. Do they have to complete their work in two days?
  9. Do I have to clean my house now?
  10. Do we have to read all those books?
  11. Do you have to tell the story of animals?
  12. Do doctors have to visit the patients in the morning?
  13. Do I have to go to the office early today?
  14. Do we have to start at eight o’clock?
  15. Do you have to punch all those papers?
  16. Do they have to check all the documents?
  17. Do players have to play with dedication?
  18. Do they have to do their job well?
  19. Do I have to achieve my goal?
  20. Do we have to sell our house?
  21. Do you have to give your best to that project?
  22. Do they have to collect their clothes?
  23. Do workers have to work for eight hours?
  24. Do actors have to perform well in the films?
  25. Do bullocks have to work in the fields?
  26. Do teachers have to teach students?
  27. Do students have to wear school uniforms?
  28. Do we have to try our best in this exam?
  29. Do the workers have to arrive at 8 am?
  30. Do others have to speak their minds freely?

Related Lessons-

The use of –

  1. ‘am’ to explain the state of being
  2. ‘is’ to tell about the profession of someone
  3. pronoun ‘these’ in questions
  4. ‘will’ in negative answers
  5. ‘have’ in the questions of completed action
  6. Forms of Verb

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