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For hydrogen bonding to occur you need two things:
1) a positively charged "donor" hydrogen
2) an electronegative element "acceptor"
In CH3F whilst the Fluorine is a good H bond acceptor none of the hydrogens are sufficiently d+ to give strong H-bonds.
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