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    Will not have to

    Hi,
    'will have to' versus 'have to'

    what does "underlined part" mean? Does the writer predict that "you" needn't to be worry? what if writer use "you don't have to"?

    When animals are raised organically, they live under better conditions. They are not given growth hormones or antibiotics, so you will not have to worry about these chemicals begin passed from the meat you eat into your body.

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    Re: Will not have to

    Quote Originally Posted by yi-ing View Post
    Hi,
    I would like to ask you about 'will have to' versus 'have to'.

    What does the (no quotation marks here) underlined part (no quotation marks here) mean? Does Is the writer predict suggesting/saying that "you" needn't to be worry? What if the writer had used "you don't have to"?

    When animals are raised organically, they live under better conditions. They are not given growth hormones or antibiotics, so you will not have to worry about these chemicals begin being passed from the meat you eat into your body.
    See my changes above.

    Yes, it means that you do not need to worry about the transfer of chemicals if you buy organic meat.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Will not have to

    Yes, it means that you do not need to worry about the transfer of chemicals if you buy organic meat.
    Thanks teacher.
    I couldn't still understand what is the difference between "will have to" and "have to" in example above.
    Last edited by yi-ing; 09-Jul-2017 at 13:17.

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