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I want to know the meaning and the difference between :-

We Gotta Do V/S We Get To Do

FYI:- Someone said to me we believe :-

We gotta do whereas we get to do

Please explain the meaning of each phrase and the difference between them in a easy to understand manner.

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If you check with a dictionary, you would realise


have got to (or simply, have to): you gotta be careful.



have the opportunity to do: he get to try out a few of these new cars.

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