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Have to - obligacin en ingls

Se usa 'have to' para expresar obligacin en ingls. Su uso es muy frequente.
SE FORMA: con have to + el verbo infinitivo.
AFIRMATIVO
I have to
you have to
he/she/it has to
we have to they have to
NEGATIVO
I dont have to
you dont have to
he/she/it doesnt have to
we dont have to
they dont have to
INTEROGATIVO
do you have to
does he/she/it have to
do we have to
do they have to
Ejemplos:
I have to work everyday. (tengo que trabajar todos los dias)
I dont have to work everday. ( no tengo que trabajar todos los dias)
Do you have to work everyday? (tienes que trabajar todos los dias?)
SE USA: Para decir que algo es necesario.
Tips (Consejos)
Si el sujeto es he/she/it se usa has en vez de have excepto en preguntas y negativos
ejemplos:
He has to work everyday. (tiene que trabajar todos los dias)
negativo : He doesnt have to work everyday. (no tiene que trabajar todos los dias).

Para preguntas se usa el verbo auxilliar do or does +sujeto + have to + verbo infinitivo
ejemplos:
Do you have to work everyday? (tienes que trabajar todos los dias?)
Does he have to work everyday?(tiene que trabajar todos los dias?)

Completar estas frases con la forma correcta de 'have to' para expresar obligacin.
1. Doctors ............................................ (treat people).
2. Teachers...........................................(be very patient).
3. A secretary .........................................(be organised).
4. Postmen/women............................................(deliver letters).
5. Sportsmen/women..........................(train very hard).
Ahora escribir estas frases en negativo.
1. He has to work in a bank........................................................................
2.I have to work on Saturdays.......................................................................
3. They have to study a lot.........................................................................
Ahora escribir las frases arriba en forma interogativo.
1. ...............................................................in a bank?
2. .............................................................. on Saturdays?
3. ...............................................................a lot?