Question: What is difference between must and have?

They can be used interchangeably in the present tense, except that must suggests that it is the speaker who has decided that something is necessary, whereas have to and have got to suggest that somebody else has imposed the decision. Have got to is characteristic of very informal speech.

What is the difference between must and must?

The term must is commonly used to express any unavoidable requirement or obligation....Difference between must and should.CharacteristicsShouldMustExamplesI should go to college. We should talk nicely. It should be done.We must pursue the steps in order to get the best results. We must follow our dreams. We must take care of our belongings.3 more rows

How can I use had better in English?

Had better is always followed by a verb in the infinitive without to: You had better BE on time. You must or should be on time. Had better is ALWAYS formed from the auxiliary verb have in the past simple (has better or will have better do not exist!).

Would rather or had better?

Had better or would rather, would prefer? We dont use had better when we talk about preferences. We use would rather or would prefer.

Would rather or had rather?

they are both the same in meaning – when you prefer to have or do one thing more than another. Although, had rather is more archaic and not as commonly used as would rather.

Do you say to me or for me?

Here both can be used, but they would have slightly different meanings: To me means that youre the one who cares about it, while for me doesnt necessarily mean that its important to you - it could be that its important because of somebody else.

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