on Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Must vs. Have To
'Have to' expresses everyday responsibilities at work, or for family and friends. 'Must' is only used for strong personal obligations.
Example 'Have to' for Responsibilities:
You have to count the cash at the end of day before you begin your audit of receipts.
You have to give a down payment.
Example 'Must' for Strong Obligations:
I must pay off my bank loan soon.
Each employee must know the customer's requirements to open a new account.


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