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Have to happen,has happened,have to have 日本語でわかりません!

If I want to say like
The thing that you have to have is....
Something has happened
your victory have to happen
how can I say this have and has in Japanese in that case?

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
Category: Other

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    The present perfect, present continuous, present perfect continuous, future perfect, future continuous, and future perfect continuous are usually expressed as a gerund (-te form) plus the auxiliary form imasu/iru.
    source: http://www.japanese-language.org/japanese/grammar.asp

    The question is listed under Japanese category,

    " 日本語でわかりません!" means I don't understand Japanese

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