According to macmillandictionary. May 7 '14 at That's what I asked under the following answer.
You've got to be kidding! - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
Thank you very much. This is no different from the common use of "have got" versus "have".
Even "got" is used quite commonly: Got a moment? You've got a moment? You have a moment? Are all commonly used, albeit by different people in different situations. The same goes for You got to be kidding me! You've got to be kidding me! You have to be kidding me!
This "have to", is it the one used to express certainty, necessity, and obligation? All three versions express a certainty in this case: I am quite sure that you are kidding me. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Events you might like:.
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