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Hoping it’s okay for me to interject. I believe that the verb falloir cannot be reflexive. So that we cannot say il me faut ressortir. Rather we can say il faut que je ressorte . (In your example, il faudrait que je ressorte.) It is possible to say “il me faut” when the pronoun me is referring to a noun, the object of the sentence, as in “il me faut du temps” or “il me faut le couteau.” (I need/ must have some time. I must have/ need the knife.) Perhaps you could have written il me faudrait une deuxième sortie?
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