(Je suis triste qu'il) faille (partir). : (I'm sad that) we have (to go).falloir, subjonctif présent
The verb falloir ("to have to") is an impersonal verb, meaning that it is only conjugated in the 3rd person singular form.
Il ne faut pas venir ce soir. You don't need to come this evening (It is not necessary to come this evening).
Je ne pense pas qu'il faille venir ce soir. I don't think we need to come this evening (I don't think it is necessary to come this evening).

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