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    Exclamation You need to be realistic about the amount you can do in a day.


    Hello all,
    I have had problem with distinguishing the differences between have to and need to .
    Could you please tell me what the differences are between them ?!
    You need to be realistic about the amount you can do in a day.
    You have to be realistic about the amount you can do in a day.

    I really appreciate if you introduce me some sources.
    Thanks

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    Re: You need to be realistic about the amount you can do in a day.

    They mean the same to me.

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