Kwiziq community member
6 December 2016
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 question relates to:French lesson "Il faut : expressing necessity and obligation"
Kwiziq language super star
8 December 2016
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