英会話・英語 アミック Must vs Have to
Must and have to
Both must and have to talk about obligations. Both are followed by an infinitive verb with no to.
Have to is used for obligations that others decide for us. These are often laws or rules and so cannot be changed.
- We have to show our passes to enter the building.
- You have to smoke outside. Smoking is not allowed inside.
- She has to have a license before she drives.
We use must to talk about obligations we decide for ourselves or others.
- You must be more organised.
- I must exercise more often.
- We must clean the house today.