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Using a verb in the to form in a sentence

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So I am wondering, I'm trying to figure out how to say,

"I have to be"

and I think the translation would be

"tuve a ser"

but I'm not entirely sure.

I also have another question related to vocabulary and grammar.

En todo caso, no es mal de que muchas personas...

I'm trying to say: In any case, it is not bad that many people...

That is how I thought to translate it but I'm not sure if it is right, especially the "it is no bad that" part.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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updated OCT 2, 2009
posted by mmfhlax18
It would help if you were to provide the complete sentence. - samdie, OCT 2, 2009

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tuve que ser

no está mal de que

updated OCT 1, 2009
edited by 00b83c38
posted by 00b83c38
I have to be in Chicago by tomorrow? Tengo que estar - 0074b507, OCT 1, 2009
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