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First of all , I want to thank you for this opportunity. I hardly searched for the differences between

have better and have to , but I couldn't find the answer.

asked Feb 26 '14 at 09:19 Hala New member

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"I hardly searched"

The adverb "hardly" is not used correctly here.

It means "barely", "to almost no degree" or "almost not".

Which would mean you haven't really searched at all.

link answered Feb 26 '14 at 16:15 Peter Valk Contributor

And where's the explanation about "have better" and "have to"?

Zhika StojiljkovichFeb 26 '14 at 18:58

You had already addressed that point.I merely added something you missed.

Peter ValkFeb 27 '14 at 05:31

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"Have better" means: it is better to (it's a better option to)...a verb comes after.

"Have to" means: circumstances (situation) or someone’s judgement appoint the way of action. Here are no options.

link comment answered Feb 26 '14 at 11:03 Zhika Stojiljkovich New member

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