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-
- Do I have to finish my homework today?
- Do we have to meet her before the evening?
- Do you have to put on weight by two Kg?
- Do they have to search the language websites on Google?
- Do I have to reach the airport on time?
- Do we have to survive in such a difficult situation?
- Do you have to show your progress card?
- Do they have to complete their work in two days?
- Do I have to clean my house now?
- Do we have to read all those books?
- Do you have to tell the story of animals?
- Do doctors have to visit the patients in the morning?
- Do I have to go early to the office today?
- Do we have to start at eight o’clock?
- Do you have to punch all those papers?
- Do they have to check all the documents?
- Do players have to play with dedication?
- Do they have to do their job well?
- Do I have to achieve my goal?
- Do we have to sell our house?
- Do you have to give your best to that project?
- Do they have to collect their clothes?
- Do workers have to work for eight hours?
- Do actors have to perform well in the films?
- Do bullocks have to work in the fields?
- Do teachers have to teach students?
- Do students have to wear school uniforms?
- Do we have to try our best in this exam?
- Do the workers have to arrive at 8 am?
- Do others have to speak their minds freely?
The use of-
- ‘am’ to explain the state of being
- ‘is’ to tell about the profession of someone
- pronoun ‘these’ in questions
- ‘will’ in negative answers
- ‘have’ in the questions of completed action
- Forms of Verb