On this page, you can learn how to express what you have to do in Japanese.
You need なform for this sentence pattern. Click here if you don’t know it.
must (or have to) + verb
verb なform + ければなりません
I must finish homework by tomorrow.
You don’t have to translate ‘you’ if ‘you’ is the subject of a sentence.
You must wash dishes.
Task: Change into Japanese.
- My uncle must read magazines till 4 o’clock.
- My younger sister has to come to school tomorrow.
- My older brother has to study psychology this year.
- You must buy milk for me.
- I have to go to London by taxi tomorrow.