Will have to have meaning?

Asked by Maci Garrett

When we are talking about the situation when we’re obliged to do something in the future, how should we say, “I have to do” or “I’ll have to do”. I suppose that if we have a condition related to future, we should use “will have to”. For example, “If the pain gets worse, you’ll have to go to the doctor”.

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