- We use ‘have to’ to say something necessary,
- something is desired,
- to emphasize a sentence,
- something is required by law.
Formation of a Sentence With Have To
The formation is as follows;
Here are some examples. The formation is as above.
Have a look-
- I have to finish my homework today.
- We have to meet her before the evening.
- You have to put on weight by two Kg.
- They have to search the language websites on Google.
- I have to reach the airport on time.
- We have to survive in such a difficult situation.
- You have to show your progress card.
- They have to complete their work in two days.
- I have to clean my house now.
- We have to read all those books.
- You have to tell the story of animals.
- Doctors have to visit the patients in the morning.
- I have to go early to the office today.
- We have to start at eight o’clock.
- You have to punch all those papers.
- They have to check all the documents.
- Players have to play with dedication.
- They have to do their job well.
- I have to achieve my goal.
- We have to sell our house.
- You have to give your best to that project.
- They have to collect their clothes.
- Workers have to work for eight hours.
- Actors have to perform well in the films.
- Bullocks have to work in the fields.
- Teachers have to teach students.
- Students have to wear school uniforms.
- We have to try our best in this exam.
- The workers have to arrive at 8 am.
- Others have to speak their minds freely.
The use of-
- ‘am’ to explain the state of being
- ‘is’ to tell about the profession
- pronoun ‘these’ in questions
- ‘will’ in negative answers
- ‘have’ in the questions of completed action
- Forms of Verb