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Spanish Verb Querer
Can you get 10 out of 10?
I don’t want to eat now
1.) Ahora comer.
Do you want an orange juice?
2.) ¿ un zumo de naranja?
We all want to finish early today.
3.) Todos terminar temprano hoy.
The children want new bicycles.
4.) Los niños unas bicicletas nuevas.
María loves Juan a lot.
5.) María mucho a Juan.
Do you all want to go to the park?
6.) ¿ ir al parque?
What do you want for dessert?
7.) ¿Qué de postre?
I don't want to go to bed yet, it is early.
8.) irme a la cama todavía, es temprano.
The children want to go to the beach on holidays.
9.) Los niños ir de vacaciones a la playa.
Explain to me how do you want it.
10.) Explícame cómo lo

Querer = to want

We use “querer” to express we desire or require something.
Eg:
Quiero un cuaderno nuevo. (I want a new exercise book).

To say what we want in a shop, restaurant, etc.
Eg:
Quiero un kilo de patatas, por favor. (I want = can I have a kilo of potatoes, please?).
Yo quiero un botellín de agua, por favor. (I want = for me a bottle of water, please).

To express our love for someone.
Eg:
Te quiero. (I love you).

To form the negative of all Spanish verbs, you simply place the word "no" in front of the verb.
Eg:
Tengo = I have, No tengo = I do not have.
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