HAVE TO , HAS TO

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HAVE TO
WE USE HAVE TO TO EXPRESS OBLIGATION IN THE PRESENT AND FUTURE.
 I have to do housework every day.(I AM A HOUSEWIFE)
 Mary has to go to work by bus. (SHE DOESN’T HAVE A CAR)
 Marcelo has to do more exercises and eat healthy food. (HE IS OUT
OF SHAPE)
 We have to be on time in the English class. (OR YOU WON’T ENTER THE
CLASS)
WE USE DON’T HAVE TO OR DOESN’T HAVE TO TO EXPRESS LACK OF OBLIGATION IN
THE PRESENT AND FUTURE.
 I don’t have to cook this morning. (I WILL EAT IN A RESTAURANT)
 You don’t have to get up early tomorrow. ( IT’S SUNDAY)
 Sandy doesn’t have to walk her dogs. ( HER HUSBAND DOES)
 He doesn’t have to wear a uniform. ( HE WORKS AT HOME)
A. MAKE SENTENCES
1. student – get – has – up - to – A - early.
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2. calls. - phone – I – answer- lots of - to –have
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B. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH HAVE TO, HAS TO
He _____________________ in the evening. (not work)
We ___________________ shopping. (not go)
My friends ___________________ early. (get up)
Mandy ____________________ the instructions.(read)
You ____________________the project.(not do)
I _________________ the guitar in the concert. (play)
She ____________________ my T-shirt. (wash)
Mum ____________________ sandwiches.(not make)
Frank and Jenny __________________ a picture of the baby.(take)
C. WRITE YOUR OWN SIX SENTENCES IN AFFIRMATIVE AND NEGATIVE
FORM
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