To have to do something?
Hallo! I am getting confused with saying "to have to do something", e.g. "I have to study Dutch today".
I have seen something like "Ik moet nog..." and then the placement of the verb in places I don't understand.
Hope you can help! Dank jullie!
ik moet (adverbial clause) nog (object) (infinitive verb) = I still have to (verb) (object) (adverbial clause),
ik moet nog gordijnen naaien = I still have to sew curtains
ik moet vandaag Nederlands studeren = I have to study Dutch today
You can use " Moet" in the same way you use must in English. Ik moet gaan- I have to go - or - I must go (placement of the verb is (almost) always behind the subject)
The word "nog" nog simply means still. Ik moet nog gaan - I must still go.