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    #1

    use of must have had..

    Suppose I want to say that he already had muscle and that is why it took him less time to make six packs.
    Is this right if i say..

    - He must have had muscle already otherwise it takes more than six weeks to make body like this.

    I want to keep this sentence same. I mean , I don't want any other way to say same thing. I want to use " must " but I don't know how to say it properly.

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    Re: use of must have had..

    Quote Originally Posted by hitesh70 View Post
    Suppose I want to say that he already had muscle and that is why it took him less time to make six packs.
    Is this right if i say..

    - He must have had muscle already otherwise it takes more than six weeks to make body like this.

    I want to keep this sentence same. I mean , I don't want any other way to say same thing. I want to use " must " but I don't know how to say it properly.
    Yes, that's fine.

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