French English Dictionary

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falloir in English:

1. have to

I have to go.
You have to be ready at 8. You don't have to go to school today.
I have to drive children to school.
I don't have to come if I don't want to.
I have to go now./He has to go now.
You have to protect yourself with a string username and a password.
Do we have to pay for the show?
People have to protect animals.
Children have to go to school. / He has to get up at 6 o'clock every day.
You have to bring me scissors
You have to go to school, it's your obligation.
I have to study English today. / He has to call me.
I have to water the vegetables every day.
According to the law, the children in Spain have to study until the age of 16.
I have to play computer games (mogę)

English word "falloir"(have to) occurs in sets:

Verb without prep