|Camille|| Marcel, je suis désolée,
Marcel I am sorry
|Marcel, I'm sorry,|
| je dois aller au travail maintenant.
I should to-go to-the work now
|I have to go to work now.|
| Veux-tu qu'on se recontre demain?
want-you that-one himself meet tomorrow
|Do you want to meet up tomorrow?|
|Camille|| D'accord, au revoir.
in-agreement to-the to-see-again
|Marcello|| Au revoir! |
Je dois aller means [I have to go] or [I should go]. In this phrase Je dois means [I should] and aller means [to go]. Here are more examples of how to use the phrase Je dois:
Veux tu se rencontrer demain? is a yes/no question that does not use the phrase Est-ce que... In fact most yes/no questions can be asked in one of two ways:
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