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    need/have to

    Hello, are both sentences correct?

    1/ You don't have to pay in cash, you can pay by cheque.
    2/ You don't need to pay in cash, you can pay by cheque.

    thanks a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Encolpius View Post
    Hello, are both sentences correct?

    1/ You don't have to pay in cash, you can pay by cheque.
    2/ You don't need to pay in cash, you can pay by cheque.

    thanks a lot.
    In negatives, there is NO difference in meaning. Both are fine.

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