What Is Their Main Difference?
Differentiating these two is a bit difficult because they are really close in meaning and they can sometimes replace one another. However, we mainly use 'need to' when we indicate what the goal is and what are the necessary things we must have in order to achieve it. Look at the examples below:
The plane leaves at 8:00, so I
Just tell me what I
Basically 'have to' is more about what we are obliged to do and there is no way around it. Look at the examples below:
I'm sorry but I
Are They Interchangeable?
In most contexts, these modals can be used interchangeably because they both show what important things should be done. Compare:
✓ I said I
✓ I said I
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