Lesson #073, Wednesday dovere = to have to. Can also be translated to the English word 'must.' io devo = I have to, I must tu devi = you have to, you must (informal) Lei deve = you have to, you must (formal) lui/lei deve = he/she has to, he/she must noi dobbiamo = we have to, we must voi dovete = you have to, you must (plural) loro devono = they have to, they must L'insegnante deve preparare la lezione. = The teacher has to prepare the lesson. Dovete la
dovere = to have to. Can also be translated to the English word 'must.'
io devo = I have to, I must
tu devi = you have to, you must (informal)
Lei deve = you have to, you must (formal)
lui/lei deve = he/she has to, he/she must
noi dobbiamo = we have to, we must
voi dovete = you have to, you must (plural)
loro devono = they have to, they must
L'insegnante deve preparare la lezione. = The teacher has to prepare the lesson.
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