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Il faut que (je fasse mes devoirs) : I need to, I must (do my homework)
Il faut que is always followed by a subject (je, tu, il, nous, Marie, etc). Note that the verb that follows il faut que must always be conjugated into the subjunctive. Example: Il faut que tu me dises (You need to tell me).
il faut (faire ses devoirs) : it is necessary to, one must (do one’s homework)
Il ne faut pas mentir. You mustn’t lie, You shouldn’t lie.
il faut (plus de chaises) : we need (more chairs), (more chairs) are needed

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