Level: intermediate

We can use a modal verb with have and a past participle:

Subject Modal have Past participle  
They will have arrived by now.
You might have seen the film.
Jack and Jill would have been late.

We use a modal verb with have:

  • to refer back from the present:

It's nearly eight o'clock. They will have arrived by now.

  • to refer back from a point of time in the past:

We were very worried. We thought someone might have taken the car.

  • to refer back from a point of time in the future:

We won't eat until they arrive. They might not have had supper.

  • to refer to past time:

You should have helped her when she asked.
They might have got lost. Nobody knows where they are.

Modal verbs with have 1

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Modal verbs with have 2

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I give you some advice relating to your question I will have to go it means you are preparing to leave on that place.
I have to go it means you have to leave now.
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please, help me, i would like to know about the difference between " i will have to go and i have to go " 

Hello hope i'll help you!
I will have to go(it's future sentence)
I have to go(it's a present sentence)
 

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