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I'm studying German and in a book I'm reading I have the following sentence:
"Florian muss zum Arzt" ( Florian is a name )
Literally it means "Florian must to the doctor" - I do understand that it means that he has to see the doctor, but where is the verb ("to go")? Can you please point me to some information how it's grammatically possible?
Many thanks, romand