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"Il faut" is a whole expression, you have to use it as a whole. The il is the impersonal form. It's not always it, it can be one sometimes. An equivalent could be "On doit" (translated in English by "one should", "one must" depending on the sentence). Il faut faire un exercice = We have to do an exercise. We must do an exercise. In French, it will be the ...
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