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should/must devoir
How to say “should/must” in French? “Devoir”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “devoir” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on should/must in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

French Sentences with the Word “Should/must”

French sentence with “devoir” English translation for devoir S

Esp茅rons que les enfants ont fait leur devoir.

I hope the children have done the homework.

Ana, sugg猫re que tu finisse tout le devoir

Ana suggests that you all finish the homework

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Tips to remember the French word “devoir”:
– Think of the word “devoir” as a duty or obligation.
– Associate it with the English word “must” or “should.”
– Create mnemonic devices or mental images to connect “devoir” with its meaning.
– Practice using the word in different contexts to reinforce its usage.

– “Devoir” is a verb in French that means “to have to” or “to must.”
– It expresses obligations, duties, or moral responsibilities.
– It can also convey the concept of probability or supposition.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Obliger” (to oblige)
– “脢tre tenu(e) de” (to be required to)
– “Avoir l’obligation de” (to have the obligation to)

Conjugations of “devoir” (infinitive):
– Present tense: je dois, tu dois, il/elle/on doit, nous devons, vous devez, ils/elles doivent.
– Past tense (pass茅 compos茅): j’ai d没, tu as d没, il/elle/on a d没, nous avons d没, vous avez d没, ils/elles ont d没.
– Imperfect tense: je devais, tu devais, il/elle/on devait, nous devions, vous deviez, ils/elles devaient.
– Future tense: je devrai, tu devras, il/elle/on devra, nous devrons, vous devrez, ils/elles devront.

Examples of sentences:
1. Je dois aller faire les courses. (I have to go grocery shopping.)
2. Tu devais 茅tudier pour l’examen. (You were supposed to study for the exam.)
3. Il a d没 s’excuser aupr猫s de son ami. (He had to apologize to his friend.)
4. Nous devrons partir t么t demain matin. (We will have to leave early tomorrow morning.)
5. Est-ce que vous devez terminer ce projet aujourd’hui ? (Do you have to finish this project today?)
6. Ils doivent 锚tre fatigu茅s apr猫s une longue journ茅e de travail. (They must be tired after a long day at work.)

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