Must vs Have to in English
Using MUST in English
We use must to express a stronger point of view. “We need to …” “We have to…” The modal must also expresses opinion, one person’s point of view.
- We mustfasten our seatbelts.
- You muststop playing computer games.
- She mustlearn to drive. It will be very useful.
- Banks mustexamine all documents.
Using HAVE TO in English
Something you need to do following a rule.
Have/Has to + Base Form of the Verb
- He has tosee the doctor.
- You have todrive slower than 110 km/h on highways.
- What haveyou tosay for yourself?
- You have towear uniform in class.