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1. "Want" (en castellano: "querer" ) es un verbo regular.
• Presente: I want, you want, he/she/it wants, we want, you want, they want
• Pasado: I wanted, you wanted, he/she/it wanted etc.

2."Want" + sustantivo:
• ¡Quiero dinero!
• I want money!
• Quiero un coche.
• I want a car.
3. "Want" + verbo: Usamos el "TO" + INFINITIVO.
• Quiero dormir.
• I want to sleep.
• Sara queríajugar.
• Sara wanted to play.
4. Si quieres que OTRA PERSONA haga algo(i):
• ¡Prestad atención porque es diferente al castellano!
• Sara quiere que James juegue.
• Sara wants James to play.• Jose quiere que Chris conduzca.
• Jose wants Chris to drive.
• Sara quería que James jugara.
• Sara wanted James to play.
• Jose quería que Chris condujera.
• Jose wanted Chris to drive.
•El segundo verbo siempre tiene la forma "to + infinitivo". No importa el tiempo verbal del primer verbo.
5. Si quieres que OTRA PERSONA haga algo(ii): pronombres:
• Cuando usamos pronombres,tienen que ser los pronombres objeto (me, you, it, her, him, us, you, them):
• Sara wants James to play.
• Sara wants him to play.
• Jose wants Lola to drive.
• Jose wants her to drive.
• Sarawanted John and Lola to play.
• Sara wanted them to play.
• Jose wanted Sara and Lola to drive.
• Jose wanted them to drive.

want
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Otras formaswant oneself/not want
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Indicative

Present
I want
you want
he/she/it wants
we want
you want
they want Preterite
I wantedyou wanted
he/she/it wanted
we wanted
you wanted
they wanted

Infinitive

to want
Imperative

want
let's want
want

Participle

Present
wanting Pastwanted

In English, the conjugated forms are the same for the following persons: you, we and they.
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Past participle

having wanted
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