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    I will have to study hard

    Someone asked me if two auxiliary verbs can come together like this as he knew there is only one permitted in a sentence. What do you think?

    ex)I will have to study hard.

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    Re: I will have to study hard

    Yes, it can be used.

    I've never heard of only allowing 1 auxiliary verb to be used in a sentence.

    I've seen multiple sentences that use will/have.

    EG
    Somebody will have to change the bald tyre.
    The floor will have to be vacuumed.


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