What is two different expression to saying that she had to fulfill her promise in the future?

For example, she had made a promise to buy me gift later, and so the question follows.

  • It is hard to understand what you are asking here. What is wrong with "She had to fulfill her promise"? Or what is wrong with "She promised" Some further clarification would help. – James K Sep 24 '17 at 6:05
  • @JamesK I can't see that there's anything wrong with asking for synonymous expressions. I'm just curious why Victor asked for only two of them. – Andrew Sep 25 '17 at 5:18

Why two? Is this for a homework assignment? No matter.

  1. You owe it to me to [do the thing you promised]

  2. You are obligated to [do the thing you promised]

Do you want more than two? I can give you more.

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