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    diet

    Are these sentences correct?
    1. I have to stick to a diet.
    2 . I must stick to a diet.

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    Re: diet

    Both are possible.

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    Re: diet

    Although it's grammatically fine, sentence 2 would rarely be used by an American. We usually use "have to".
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