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 we’ll miss the bus. You ’d better not be late again or I’ll be very angry. NOTICE: We nearly always use the short form of had ....
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- Spring '10
- Modal logic, Inflection, Modal verb, Linguistic modality