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Tomorrow i have got to be in the conference center.

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Hasibul Alam

Tomorrow I have got to be in the conference center.

It's a simple sentence, if that's what you're asking.

CJ

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Define what you mean by 'structure'. There are several ways of analysing a sentence.

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If you're talking about simple vs complex, it's actually a complex sentence:

Tomorrow I have [got [to be in the conference center]].

"Have" and "got" are catenative verbs here, so there are two subordinate catenative complement clauses, as bracketed.

Even if the idiom "have got" is taken as a single unit, a constituent, there remains one subordinate clause (the be clause), and hence it is still a complex sentence.

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Future tense should use with Tomorrow. But here we see present perfect tense.

Hasibul Alam

Future tense should use with Tomorrow. But here we see present perfect tense.

You didn't ask about tense in your original question.

Please ensure that in future you convey the meaning of your questions.

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