5 Uses of Have to and Has to : Have to or Has to?

It is about Have to and has to.

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               What is there in the world that man can't do? Man can do everything. So, I hope deeply you will be able. On this fine day, I have taken an interesting topic which will give you:

1. Uses of Have to and has to or how to use Have to and Has to.

2. Have vs. has.

3. The use of -Have and Has.

4. Have or Has?

5. An ultimate solution.

Be positive only.

Let's get started:

First of all, you have known how to use 'have' and 'has'.

It is very easy.

The easiest way is-

'Have' is used with I, You and We.

Except I, You and We, 'Has' is used with all the Subjects of Singular Number and 'Have' is used with all the Subjects of Plural Number.

Let's see:


1. He has a pen.

2. It has strength.

3. The leader has power.

4. She has a bicycle.

5. Tom has a scooty.


1. They have a car.

2. Ram and Rahim have done the work.

3. The boys have finished the work.

4. The men have shown their power.

5. The girls have said this.

Important to know:

1. 'Have' and 'Has' are used in Present Perfect Tense where there is the Principal verb in Past Participle.

Let's see:  1.I have done the work.

                  2. She has sung a song.

2. 'Have' and 'Has' are used in Simple Present Tense where there is no Principal verb of Past Participle form. So, Have and Has are used as Principal Verb.

Let's see:  1. He has a pen.

                 2. We have a car.

This is the use of -Have and Has.

Now, come to the point.

5  Use of Have to and have to:

1. It is necessary.

    Let's see:

I have to follow the rules.

(It means, it is necessary for me to follow the rules, so I have to follow the rules.)

2. To do something as per law.

Let's see: I am going to London. I have to take my visa.

(It means, to enter London I have to take my visa as per law.)

3. To do something as per rule.

Let's see:

I have to attend my class at 10 a.m.

(It means, it is a rule to attend class as per rule of college or school at certain/exact time.)

4. Obligations.

Let's see:

You have to leave the place in the evening.

(It means, it is an obligation for you to leave the place.)

5. Something is very likely.

Let's see:

It has to be closed at noon.

(It means, it is likely to happen something at a certain time.)

An Ultimate Solution

Never feel that,

1. I can't.

2. It is difficult.

Only feel,

1. I will try.

2. I have to improve myself.

This is about the Uses of Have to and has to.

Don't worry about Have to or has to. It is very easy.


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