what's the difference between 'Tienes que comer sano'. and 'Il faut comer sano.'

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5 November 2017

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what's the difference between 'Tienes que comer sano'. and 'Il faut comer sano.'

This relates to:
Expressing obligation with tener que -

Gene

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5 November 2017

5/11/17

Do you mean, "hace falta comer" or "il faut s'alimenter"? The difference is between obligation and necessity (or a want of something). https://www.thoughtco.com/expressing-obligation-spanish-3079893 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKFTh4tly38 There are instances where there is no difference in meaning: tenemos que ir rápido hace falta ir rápido

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