il me faut (plus de temps) : I need (more time)
The me in il me faut is an indirect object (COI) pronoun. PRONOMS COI In this context, this pronoun indicates the person who needs something.
Il nous faut de l'argent. Il te faut de l'amour. We need money. You need love.
  • "Si tu veux être remboursée, il me faut des tickets de caisse, des factures, des justificatifs !"
  • "Conclusion : il nous faut un chien !"
  • "il nous faut une nouvelle subvention."

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