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    Pawel_26 Guest

    Default just a simple question :)

    Hi,

    I have one simple question:
    Do the following sentences have the same meaning?

    1. I didn't have to go to work yesterday.
    2. I didn't need to go to work yesterday.

    1. I don't have to wake up early tomorrow morning.
    2. I needn't wake up early tomorrow morning.
    3. I don't need to wake up early tomorrow morning.

    Thanks for your help.

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Default Re: just a simple question :)

    Simple answer: yes.

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    Default Re: just a simple question :)

    Thanks tdol

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