Do the following ones have the same meaning?
You don’t have to exercise only at home...
You haven't to exercise only at home...
- AmulyaPLv 54 weeks ago
The negative form of " have to " is " don't have to ", not " haven't to ".
- ?Lv 74 weeks ago
Yes, it's the same meaning. The second sentence sounds more British than American.
- Diane ALv 74 weeks ago
The second one is grammatically incorrect and doesn’t make sense. The first is correct