Choose the best option.
— I have to do a lot of things.
— What exactly
do you have to do
you have to do
have you to do?
to clean up
have clean up
have to clean up the room after the party. Then I
have to take
has to take the dog for a walk, do the shopping, phone my mom.
Do you have wash
Have you to wash
Do you have to wash the dishes?
do have not
I haven't. I have already washed them.
Have to is not a modal verb. It changes like an ordinary verb. For example, like "want to do something".
Mike has to leave.
Mike doesn't have to leave.
Does Mike have to leave?
have to = to be obliged to do that, it is necessary to do thatdo not have to = it is not necessary to do that, there is no need to do that