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    have to

    What time does Jim have to leave? He HAS to leave at 7.

    Why do you use "have to" and not "has to" in this question?

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    Re: have to

    You have the verb "does," which is conjugated to match person and tense. Once you conjugate "to do" the main verb is in the bare infinitive form: the "to X' form without the "to."

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