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    A question on grammar

    When I should use had to,must,should,you had better?

    2/ What is the difference between the following sentences?

    - you must have taken money with you.
    - you ought to take money with you.
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    Re: A question on grammar

    As your question is about Had to,must,should,you had better, that would have been a better thread title. It's not a question of grammar, but usage.

    If you enter that revised title into the Search box at the top of the page you will find links to many other discussions on this topic.

    Please ask unrelated questions in separate threads.


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