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 I gotta + (verb) - English Speaking Basics

"I must" is grammatically incorrect. It's more of a spoken form. If you mean this with correct grammar, the equivalent would be, "I must" or "I must". In the spoken form, "got to" is shortened to "gotta" and the word "have" is deleted.

I gotta + (verb) - English Speaking Basics
I gotta + (verb) - English Speaking Basics

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Here are some examples:

"I gotta manage my money."

"I gotta obey the laws."

"I gotta move to a bigger house."

"I gotta impress my boss."

"I gotta brush my teeth."

By adding the word “have” you can change what you are saying to express something that needs to be done in the near future.

Here are some examples:

"I have got to be on time to work."

"I've gotta try harder at school."

"I've gotta tell my wife I'll be late."

"I've gotta learn more about the laws."

"I've gotta clean my house today."

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