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Unformatted text preview: It ought to be on the top shelf. 3 Have got to We use it to talk about necessity for present or future time (the same as have to in Unit 34). Have you got to work tomorrow? I ve got to finish this report before I go home. 4 Had better We use it for advice and necessity for a particular present or future time. It is stronger than ought to (above) or should (Unit 33). I think you d better get some new clothes for the interview. We d better be quick or well miss the bus. You d better not be late again or Ill be very angry. NOTICE: We nearly always use the short form of had ....
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