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What is the difference between “must” and “have to”?

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Rebecca

Using "must" implies that it is necessary something happens or gets done, while "have to" is used to describe something less important that needs to happen or get done. Ex: I'm feeling awful, I must go to the doctor Ex: I have to do the laundry today, it's piling up.

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