Community Web Version Now Available
How do you use "to get to do something"? -Did you get to see her? Probably means "Did you have a chance to see her?" but what if it's not a question? I got to see her yesterday. (But "got to" also means "have to") How do you separate?
20 lut 2014 03:10
Answers · 1
"Got to" implies that you had the opportunity to do something that you want to do. "Have to" implies that you must do something that you would probably prefer to not do (or are neutral toward). "Have got to" just means that you need to do something, without any implications about whether you want to or not. ("I have got to go to the store after work.")
20 lutego 2014
Language Skills
English, Spanish, Thai
Learning Language
English, Spanish