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falloir – to be necessary – French verb

falloir - to be necessary - French verb

falloir, French verb

Il ne faut pas que je rate mon train.
I shouldn’t miss my train.

Let’s conjugated FALLOIR – French verb. AUDIO below, with a French accent.

Falloir is one of these French verbe impersonnel – impersonal verb. It is conjugated only at its third person singular: il – the neutral ‘it’. It’s translated as ‘to be necessary’, however, with a personal pronoun such as I in English, it becomes ‘I have to’, and ‘I shouldn’t’ in the negative form.

Indicatif - Indicative Mode .... statements

présent .... present tense

il faut .... it is necessary

il ne faut pas que je .... it is not necessary, I shouldn’t

imparfait .... imperfect

il fallait .... it was necessary

il ne fallait pas .... it wasn’t necessary

passé composé .... preterit or present perfect

il a fallu .... it was necessary

il n’a pas fallu .... it wasn’t necessary

futur simple .... future tense

il faudra .... it will be necessary

il ne faudra pas .... it won’t be necessary

 

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