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    I will have to / have to go to the library tomorrow.

    1) I will have to go to the library tomorrow.
    2) I have to go to the library tomorrow.

    Is there a meaning difference between them? Thank you so much as usual and have a good day.

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    Re: I will have to / have to go to the library tomorrow.

    (Not a Teacher)

    The difference doesn't lie in the meaning but in the context the statements tend to be used:
    - "Hey, want to come with us to the skate park tomorrow?"
    -- "Sorry, as much as I'd like to, I have to go to the library tomorrow."

    - "I can't find anymore citable sources online."
    -- "Then I guess we will have to go to the library tomorrow."

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