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    #1

    must/have to

    What is the difference between:

    "I must still stay here for other two years", and
    "I still have to stay here for other two years"?

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    #2

    Re: must/have to

    Quote Originally Posted by ozma- View Post
    What is the difference between:

    "I must still stay here for other two years", and
    "I still have to stay here for other two years"?
    You don't need "still" in either sentence.
    "I must stay here..." and "I have to stay here..." mean the same.

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    #3

    Re: must/have to

    Also, it's "for another two years."

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