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I left out two sentences.Thank you very much, Writeacher.

1) ...... you ever ...... to lend him your book?
Have you ever had to lend him your book?
also
2) Do you ever have to lend him your book?
I don't have to buy any butter (also I won't have to buy any butter: mum has just bought some.

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    Yes, all are fine.

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