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    Ju is offline Key Member
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    Get to or got to

    I can't attend the party tomorrow. I got to work.

    Shall I use get to instead of got to because it's not past tense. However, I always heard people say got to.

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    andrewg927 is offline Senior Member
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    Re: Get to or got to

    No you have to use "got to" because it means "have to".

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