- We use ‘had to’ to describe something necessary,
- something desired,
- to emphasize a sentence,
- and something required by law.
‘Had to’ is used to describe the action in the past.
Formation of a Sentence With Had To
The construction of a sentence with had to is as follows;
- Subject + had to + base form of a verb + other words.
Here are some examples. The formation is as above.
Have a look-
- She had to provide food to orphans yesterday.
- I had to serve meals in the cafeteria for my kids.
- He had to get information about the presence of workers.
- He had to write an article about a pet for a website.
- I had to buy some notebooks for my son.
- She had to manage a program in the office.
- He had to participate in the college dance competition.
- Sanika had to convince her mother of her marriage.
- She had to cook for her guests.
- She had to paint her house with her skill.
- Saurabh had to check all the evidence last night.
- We had to plant a hundred trees a day.
- He had to guard his sister’s farmhouse.
- Students had to reach for a parade on time.
- She had to complete her work within an hour.
- You had to cultivate fruit trees last year.
- They had to learn sincerely to crack the competitive exam.
- A waiter had to serve water to all customers.
- He had to compromise with her wife.
- Students had to put on blue shoes.
- She had to convey the message to her sister.
- A worker had to work for eight hours.
- An elephant had to pull the log.
- A bullock had to work in a field.
- A teacher had to teach Mathematics in an easy way.
- A student had to wear a school uniform.
- She had to try her best to succeed in this competitive world.
- The staff had to arrive before 10 o’clock.
- We had to speak our minds clearly in that situation.
- Sangeeta had to study for four hours every day.
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