- For Teachers
What is the difference between
1.I have to go Paris.
2.I must to go Paris.
By the way,must to is confusing me,is it correct?
What about this:
I must go to Paris.
***** NOT A TEACHER *****
If you remember this simple rule, you will never be confused again: After a modal verb, you always use only the base form of the verb. (base form = the infinitive form with no "to.")
I may go to Paris next year.
I must study harder.
I could not understand the answer.
I can read a little Chinese with the aid of a dictionary.
I shall call you tonight.
The election will occur on November 6. (I am so nervous!)
It might rain, but it probably won't.
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I would speak Chinese if I could, but I can't.
Credit: I have given you the 9 main modal verbs, as listed in The Oxford Dictionary of English Grammar.
Those bad sentences are only mine!