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Bir ŞEYİN YAPILMASININ ZORUNLU, GEREKLİ, MECBURİ OLDUĞUNU anlatırken have to kullanılır.
Genel olarak have to, KİŞİSEL OLMAYAN ZORUNLULUKLARI anlatırken kullanılır.
|I have to clean my room.
You have to get a new book.
We have to pick up the laundry.
They have to have a notebook.
|has to||He has to eat dinner now.
She has to go to work now.
It has to work.
I have to go to hospital. (Hastaneye gitmeliyim. Gitmek zorundayım.)
|don’t have to||work
|I don’t have to work on Saturday.
You don’t have to do that.
We don’t have to clean the car.
They don’t have to eat pizza.
|doesn’t have to||He doesn’t have to work tomorrow.
She doesn’t have to go today.
It doesn’t have to be that way
I don’t have to get up early on Sundays. (Pazar günleri erken kalkmak zorunda değilim.)
|Soru Şekil||Do|| I
|Do I have to clean my room?
Do you have to get a new book?
Do we have to pick up the laundry?
Do they have to have a notebook?
|Does he have to eat dinner now?
Does she have to go to work now?
Does it have to work?
You are a student. You have to wear uniform at school.
(Sen bir öğrencisin. Okulda uniforma giymek zorundasın.)
Students have to pass an exam to enter a university.
(Öğrenciler üniversiteye girmek için bir sınavı geçmek zorundadır.)
Drivers have to drive on the left in France.
(Sürücüler Fransa’da sol tarafta araba kullanmak zorundadırlar.)
I have to go to hospital. (Hastaneye gitmeliyim. (Gitmek zorundayım.)
In England, you have to drive on the left (İngiltere’de arabayı sol şeritten sürmelisiniz.)
Ahmet has to wear a tie at work. (Ahmet işte kravat takmak zorundadır.)
Do you have to go? (Gitmen gerekiyor mu?)
Have to diğer BÜTÜN ZAMANLARLA ve modallarla birlikte kullanılabilir.
|Özne||Yardımcı fiil||Esas fiil have||Mastar|
|geçmiş zaman||I||had||to get up||early yesterday.|
|geniş zaman||I||have||to get up||early today.|
|gelecek zaman||I||will||have||to get up||early tomorrow.|
|şimdiki zaman||She||is||having||to wait.|
Exercise “‘ have to’ or ‘has to-had to ‘”
I had to go to hospital last week. I have to get up early tomorrow.
I have to make a phone call now. My auntie has to go shopping now.
Junior has to leave soon. Yesterday I didn’t have money I had to go to the bank.
My sister has to leave soon she has got an appointment.
Christian had to pay a parking fine yesterday.
It was raining in central London I had to buy an umbrella.
You have to do such a thing even if you don’t want to.
I don’t have to get up early on Sundays because I don’t go to work.
You don’t have to come with me. Stay at home
You don’t have to pay in advance. You can pay me next month.
If you want to earn a lot of money you have to work hard.
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