HAVE TO / HAS TO (Semi-Modal)

Has to / Have to is Structure also a semi-Modal verb it talks about our present compulsion.


Formula

Formula: Subject + Has to + Verb 1st(form) + Object

Has to + Verb

1stWe use it for present compulsion.

  • Ali has to speak English.
  • He has to pay a fee.
  • Alina has to go office.
  • More Examples

    Here are some more examples of structure Has to.

    Examples

    • She has to give a presentation.
    • He has to bring stuff.
    • Ali has to wash his clothes.
    • Alina has to shopping.

    • Ali does not have to wash his clothes.
    • She doesn’t have to give a presentation.

    • Does Ali have to wash his clothes?
    • Does she Have to give a presentation?

    • Does Ali not have to wash his clothes?
    • Doesn’t she have to give a presentation?

Have To

It talks about our present compulsion, has to is used with Plurals.


Formula

Formula: Subject + Have to + Verb 1st(form) + Object

Have to + Verb 1st

We use it for present compulsion.

  • I have to speak English.
  • We have to pay a fee.
  • They have to go office.

More Examples

Here are some more examples of structure Have to.

Examples

  • I have to bring stuff.
  • We have to speak English.
  • They have to go office.
  • You have to give bribe.

  • We don’t have to speak English.
  • They don’t have to go office.

  • Do we have to speak English?
  • Do they have to go office?

  • Do we not want to speak English language?
  • Don’t they have to go office?