Have to and had to use in English Grammar

Have to and had to – learn how to use Has to, have to, had to in English Grammar. Basic English Grammar for Beginners.

Table of Contents

Have to – I, we, You, They.
Has to – He, She, It, Name.
Had to – I, You, We, They, He, She, It, Name.

When to use Have to and had to?

If the task is in the Present Tense and “must do”, then “have to or has to” is used according to the subject. If the task is in Past Tense then we will use Had to.

Has to

Sentence Structure:
Subject + has to + 1st form of the Verb
For Example:
He has to go.
# Here “He” is the Subject, then you have to put “has to”. But here you have to remember all the time – you have to put the 1st form of the verb.

Examples –
He has to come here.
He has to come.
He has to go.
He has to play.
He has to speak.
It has to fly.
John has to run.
Merry has to cook.
She has to eat.
She has to listen.
She has to sing.
She has to study every day.
She has to study.

Have to

Sentence Structure:
Subject + have to + 1st form of the verb

You have to run.
You have to cook.
We have to wait.
We have to play.
We have to eat.
They have to talk.
I have to sing.
I have to play.
I have to go.
I have to get up early.
I have to eat.

Had to

Sentence Structure:
Subject + had to + 1st form of the verb
“Had to” can be used with all subjects.

For example:
He had to go.
I had to study.
John had to eat.
Merry had to eat.
Merry had to sing.
She had to listen.
We had to wait.
You had to run.

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