In this lesson, we will explore the different ways to use “falloir” in context. We will focus on two main structures: “il faut que” followed by the subjunctive and the usage of “il faut” with indirect object pronouns followed by infinitives. By the end of this lesson, you will have a solid grasp of these structures and be able to navigate the world of “falloir” with confidence.
TRANSLATE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCE USING THE VERB DEVOIR IN THE PRESENT TENSE: 👉 He has to leave the house now. You have two options when translating this sentence to French. 👉 Il doit partir de la maison maintenant. 👉 Il doit quitter la maison maintenant. It is important to notice that the verb partir isContinue reading “Falloir, Devoir, Pronouns – Mini French Lesson”
FALLOIR = TO NEED The verb falloir can be used in many different ways. Get the comprehensive lesson here. In this mini lesson, we’ll talk about how to express need by using this verb. You can still use avoir besoin de to mean need, but you’ll sound much more French if you use falloir! WhenContinue reading “Il faut – Mini French Lesson”
Always use the subjunctive after Il faut que… Fill in the blank with the correct form of the verb boire: 👉 Il faudra que je _______ six verres d’eau par jour. 👉 Il faudra que je boive six verres d’eau par jour. When you begin a sentence with Il faut que, you must follow upContinue reading “French Subjunctive After Il faut que”