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    hello sir,
    sir i want to know the usage of
    "having " and "having to" / "hading" and "hading to"/"heading" and "heading to"
    pls kindly help me on this..
    Last edited by mwm_jsr; 08-Oct-2007 at 09:33.

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    Default Re: usage

    'Have' has many meaning, but 'have to' is similar to 'must. The second pair are wrong. 'Heading to' is used when we say the name of the place we are going to- I am heading to the shops. We can also use 'for'.

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