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Must vs. Have To

Both must and have to can be used to express the conclusion that something is certain. Note that have to is more common in American English. He must be mad to do this. (OR He has to be mad to...

Auxiliary Verb Equivalents

Be able to Be able to can be used to talk about ability. It often has the same meaning as can/could. He is able to support her. (He can support her.) They were able to catch the thief. (They could...

Must vs. Have To

In British English, both must and have to can be used to talk about necessity and obligation. Americans usually use have to, especially in speech. I must reach home before 6 o’clock. OR I have to reach home before 6 o’clock. Note that must is...