Must vs. have to: How and When to Use in English
Quick and simple lesson to help you understand grammar better.
Test your English and learn even more with Gymglish.TEST YOUR ENGLISH
Free with no obligation to buy.
Must vs. have to
• Must expresses the speaker's feelings, whereas have to expresses, above all, an impersonal idea:
You have to come. You are obliged to come. (There's a rule requiring you to come)
Do I have to wear this tie? Am I obliged to wear this tie? (Is there a rule about ties?)
We had to buy another ticket yesterday.
We'll have to buy another ticket later.
• Mustn't expresses prohibition
Still facing difficulties with 'Must vs. have to'? Improve your English with Gymglish's English lessons - try our online English course for free now and receive a free level assessment!
What our users say:
Tips for learning 'Must vs. have to'? Share them with us!