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Which is correct? You've got to go or you have to go. Do you ever use have and got together in a sentence?
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Both "have to" and "have got to" are auxiliaries to express compulsion or necessity, but "have got to" expresses compulsion felt to be imposed by or upon the speaker: I've got to get a new coat (a stronger form of "I must get a coat").

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