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The future
Be, have, do, make, etc.
Verbs: infinitives, -ing forms, etc.
Nouns and compounds
Determiners and quantifiers
Relative clauses and other types of clause
Pronouns, substitution and leaving out words
Adverbs and conjunctions
Organising information

The 'zero' article : : Indefinite articles : : Definite articles : : Questions with like : : Question tags : : Time prepositions : : Reported Speech : : Simple passive : : Continuous passive : : Because and because of : : To, for, so that : : '-ed' and '-ing' adjectives : : Need + verb-ing : : Have something done : : Must : : Have to / don't have to : : Used to : : Wish + Past Perfect

Have to / don't have to. Оборот "должен, приходится"

Примеры с оборотами "должен, приходится"

What do you have to do?

And more...
Почему вам приходится так много работать? - Why do you have to work so much?

Вы не должны громко разговоривать в библиотеке. - You mustn't speak loadly in the library.

Я не должна завтра рано вставать, т.к у нас нет первого урока. - I needn't get up early tomorrow because there will be no first lesson.

Вам нужно будет пересказать этот текст еще раз. - You will have to retell the story once again.

Мне не пришлось идти в магазин, потому что у нас было много продуктов дома. - I didn't have to go shopping because we had plenty of food at home.

Маленькие дети не должны смотреть фильмы ужасов. - Little children mustn't watch horror films.

Я плохо написал контрольную по алгебре, и мне пришлось её переписывать. - I did my math test badly and had to do it again.

Настоящее время
I have to / don't have to - Мне приходится, мне не приходится
S/he has to / doesn't have to

Будущее время
I will have to / won't have to - Мне придется, мне не придется
S/he will have to / won't have to

Прошедшее время
I had to / didn't have to - Мне приходилось/пришлось, мне не приходилось/пришлось
S/he had to / didn't have to

Have to / don't have to

Sometimes in life there are obligations or rules. There are things which you do not have a choice in, like wearing a uniform at school, for example. One structure we use to talk about these rules is have to. This programme is all about have to and its negative form, don't have to. Don't have to is used when there is no obligation to do something.

Subject have to / has to base form of verb
have to wear a uniform.
get up early on Sundays.
study hard.

has to

We use 'don't have to' to talk about things we have a choice about, things we aren't obliged to do.

Subject don't / doesn't have to base form of verb
don't have to wear a uniform.
get up early on Sundays.
study hard!
doesn't have to