Difference Between Have to and Don’t Have to, Have To vs Don’t Have To in english;
Have to / Has To
Something you need to do following a rule.
Have/Has to + Base Form of the Verb
- You have to go to school.
- They have to clean the house.
- He has to see the doctor.
- You have to drive slower than 110 km/h on highways.
- What have you to say for yourself?
- You have to wear uniform in class.
- My brother has to drink milk before going to bed.
Don’t Have to / Don’t Has to
Something which is not necessary.
Don’t/Doesn’t Have to + Base Form of the Verb
- You don’t have to come to school on sundays.
- We don’t have to watch this movie.
- She doesn’t have to learn your language.
- They don’t have to waer a suit.
- He doesn’t have to take the exam.
- You didn’t have to work for a salary.
- We don’t have to buy an egg.