Examples: Pamela is a waitress. For example: Possession:- I have a shower in my bathroom, I don't have a bath. The forms have been mailed. We use this as a main verb when we are talking about a possession, feeling or habit. We had to carry our own luggage. When do we use have? It is bad for your health.
They said he was tall with bright red hair. You have to write a letter. We include have to here for convenience. The Government has not to build the roads. Must you come home before 8 o'clock? आपलोगों को पढ़ना पड़ता हैं.
The basic structure for have to is: subject + auxiliary verb + have + to-infinitive Look at these examples in the Present Simple tense: subject auxiliary verb main verb have to-infinitive + She has to work. We have a new car. हमलोगों को गरीबों की सेवा नहीं करनी हैं. Use of must In general, must expresses personal obligation. There were no other restaurants on the street.
It is not imposed from outside. Are sentences 1 and 2 the same? No, she does not have long hair. The expression used to can also be used to talk about existence in the past. It will have been nice for several years. She has a problem with her family. Used to does not have a present form. I had a good job.
I haven't got to take my sister to school, my parents do it. You have to put on uniform at school. Has the Government not to build the roads? I had blue eyes when I was born but they changed to brown when I was two years old. He doesn't have to take his medicine. As for the other examples you could have to use has. Use 'has' for third person singulars. It is simple enough with the present tense, have, but the other two always confused me.
Question Form Must + subject + verb + complement? प्रसाद को भीख माँगना पड़ता हैं. She's got to work at weekends. We do not use have to when we talk about what is a good idea to do, but we don't do it yet. Thanks again for the clarification. Blog : Learning English grammar rules can be confusing for many English learning students , because of this difficulty, are too scared to learn English further. Indian students have to work hard. But hopefully this time around it will stick to my brain like glue.
Yes, he has a beard. When you are referring to a group of people including yourself. Don't have to is different from shouldn't and mustn't. Why have we not to serve the poor? You could be referring to the dinner you had yesterday. The pronoun 'she' is third person singular. Yes, she has long hair.
In this lesson we look at have to, must and must not, followed by a quiz to check your understanding. I haven't got a bath. Have I to go to Kolkata? The subject of have to is obliged or forced to act by a separate, external power for example, the Law or school rules. No, he doesn't have a beard. I had no idea that there were others with the same confusion of the usage of has, had and have.
The correct sentence is: I work hard. Generally speaking the only difference is the time frame or tense that you need to use and also who is being referred to. प्रसाद को भीख कैसे नहीं माँगनी पड़ती हैं? Had to is the past tense form of have to. English is a living language. हमलोगों को गरीबों की सेवा क्यों नहीं करनी हैं? My parents told me so.
We go to the dentist and he or she pulls our teeth out for us. No, she does not have a book. How has Prasad not to beg? She will have to pay the dues. Esto pasa también con el resto de los pronombres personales. When we are talking about another person's obligation we use have to, too. The promotion has been process. I had a great boss in my old company.