But i can't seem to find a lesson on "il a fallu" or "il fallait" or "il faudra" which i hear a lot

katya

Kwiziq community member

6 December 2016

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But i can't seem to find a lesson on "il a fallu" or "il fallait" or "il faudra" which i hear a lot

Is it possible to add those lessons on the different tenses of falloir. In particular when to use the passe compose and the imparfait. And when to use the future and the conditionnel. Don't they both mean "i should".

This relates to:
Il faut : expressing necessity and obligation -

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

8 December 2016

8/12/16

Bonjour Katya !

Merci beaucoup ! These lessons are on the "to-do" list, please bear with us :)

À bientôt !

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