I have got to build this pool!
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Using Must, Have to, and Have got to

Definition:

Must, Have got to, and have to express a need to do a certain action.

Must is considered to be more formal whereas, have to is considered to be more informal.

Have to is more commonly used in everyday american speech.

Examples:

1. I have to study tonight.

2. All employees must wash their hands.

3. I have to (haf-to) clean my room.

4. You must clean your room before you go.

5. You have got to pay that bill today.

"I must clean my house today."
 
 
Pronunciation Practice
Repeat after me. Notice my pronunciation.
1.
I have got to go to the store.
2.
I must pay my electric bill.
3.
I have to mow the lawn.
4.
I have got to go to the doctor.
5.
You must clean your room.
6.
Ann has to go to the library to return the book.
7.
Tom must go to the nurse about his stomach ache.
8.
Ben has to perform better on his test if he wants to pass the class.
9.
They have got to go to the store before it closes.
10.
Anne must watch her younger brother tonight.

 

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