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Have to 3-4 ESO

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The modal verb HAVE TO

The modal verb HAVE TO

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  • 1. “ I have to study for my English test.” Miguel Ángel Rodríguez López
  • 2. Use of :
    • Have to / Has to = it is necessary 
    • Don't have to / Doesn't have to = it isn't necessary
  • 3. Form AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCES SUBJECT MODAL VERB EXAMPLES affirmative sentences  ( + ) NECESSITY:   have to/has to   means it is necessary. I  you  we  they have to clean  get  pick up  have  eat  go  work I  have to clean  my room.  You  have to get  a new book.  We  have to pick up  the laundry.  They  have to have  a notebook. he  she  it has to He  has to eat  dinner now.  She  has to go  to work now.  It  has to work .
  • 4. NEGATIVE SENTENCES SUBJECT MODAL VERB EXAMPLES negative sentences   ( - ) LACK OF NECESSITY:   don't have to/doesn't have to   means it is not necessary.   You have a choice. I  you  we  they don't have to work  do  clean  eat  work  go  be I  don't have to work  on Saturday.  You  don't have to do  that.  We  don't have to clean  the car.  They  don't have to eat  pizza. he  she  it doesn't have to He  doesn't have to work  tomorrow.  She  doesn't have to go  today.  It  doesn't have to be  that way.
  • 5. have HAVE INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES MODAL SUBJECT VERB EXAMPLES WH- word (if necessary) do I  you  we  they work  do  clean  eat  work  go  be When do you have to start ? Do I have to clean it? does he  she  it What does she have to do ? Does he have to buy them?
  • 6.
    • I have to cook my breakfast!!!

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