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    Passive form of HAS TO

    The soup has to be stirred continuously to prevent burning.

    Q 1, Is the following sentence correct in past tense?
    The soup had to be stirred continuously to prevent burning.

    Q, 2, How say it in future tense?


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    Re: Passive form of HAS TO

    Quote Originally Posted by Jadoon 84 View Post
    The soup has to be stirred continuously to prevent burning.

    Q 1, Is the following sentence correct in past tense?
    The soup had to be stirred continuously to prevent burning.

    Q, 2, How say it in future tense?


    With Kind Regards
    There is no future tense in English. If you want to express that with a future meaning, you could write "The soup will have to be stirred continuously to prevent burning".

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    Re: Passive form of HAS TO

    Q1. Yes – it's correct.

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