Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Want"

The meaning of "Want" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I've never wanted you so much as I do right now mean?
A: Meaning the person have stronger feelings than before and wants you more than ever.
Q: What does whatever you want it to be mean?
A: it means you can interpret it in any way you want, it is your opinion.
Q: What does I want you in by dark. mean?
A: It means they want you to be back by nightfall.
Q: What does "as you'd want" in 1489 mean?
A: As bad as you would want (me to be).
Q: What does I want to see it so bad. mean?
A: 笑!
◯ I want to see it so bad!
✘ Thank you so bad!

なんだか、「so bad」は辛い・苦しいときに使う。
I miss her so bad! 逢いたくて~♪恋しい~
I want to see it so bad - 見たくてしょうがない

Example sentences using "Want"

Q: Please show me example sentences with wanted.
A: 'i wanted that dress as soon as I saw it hanging in the store window.'
'I didn't know which one she wanted more, so I brought this one.'
'I wanted more food, so I went back to the buffet.'
Q: Please show me example sentences with I really wanted me to 〜.
A: @jokifreek Yes. I really wanted to be a teacher but I did not complete university.
Q: Please show me example sentences with might want to.
A: "it's raining. you might want to take the umbrella with you."

it's usually used in the form of advice
Q: Please show me example sentences with want to, have to.
A: I want to see a movie. I want to get a coffee. I want to go to Disneyland. I want to become a doctor.

I have to do my homework. I have to wash the dishes. I have to take out the trash. I have to clean my room.



I have to finish high school if i want to go to collage.
Q: Please show me example sentences with want.
A:
I want to eat ice cream (아이스크림 먹고 싶다)
I want to go to school (나는 학교에 가고 싶다)
Food is not a want, but a need (음식은 원하는 것이 아니라 필요합니다)

^나는 한국어로 번역 된 구글이지만 이해하는데 도움이되기를 바랍니다 😊

Synonyms of "Want" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between want and wanted ?
A: They mean the same thing.
"Want"- is present tense (right now)

For example:

I want an apple.

I want a boyfriend.

I want rice cake.

"Wanted"- is past tense (before)

For example:

I wanted Lego when i was 5 years old.

I wanted chocolate cake for my birthday. (Birthday already past).

I wanted 2 hot dogs, not 3.
Q: What is the difference between want and wanna
wanna
wanna ?
A: Wanna is just "want to".
"I wanna go to the park."
Want is the desire of something. "I want some candy."
Q: What is the difference between We want it no more. and We don't want it no more. ?
A: The second one has 2 negatives (don't and no). It is more common English to say "I don't want that book any more." Most people would not say the first one, but if you did, you would be understood :)
Q: What is the difference between “I never want to eat them again.” and “I don't want to eat them ever again.” ?
A: No difference in meaning.
#1 sounds more natural to me.
Q: What is the difference between “I never want to eat them again.” and “I don't want to eat them ever again.” ?
A: The same meaning! But the first has a stronger message :)

Translations of "Want"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want speak English is fluently
A: For Question 29 the first line gives the answer
For question 31 the answer is in the 3rd sentence
For question 33 the answer is also in the 3rd sentence
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want to learn English
A: いいわね
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want to cook especially curry 🍛
A: "I want to cook, especially curry"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want to improve my English
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want to improve my English
A: You're welcome.

Other questions about "Want"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce I've ever wanted.
A: Sounds a bit unnatural .. you should start your sentence with “All I’ve ever wanted”
Q: ‎I want to know as many abbreviations as possible
like ( Idk, gimme,lol,OMG,TTYL, and so on ..)
A: bc = because
lmao = laughing my ass off
gtfo = get the f— out
smh = shaking my head
w/o = without
w/ = with
prob = probably or problem (depends on context)
tf = the f—?
esp = especially
Q: I'd want to learn... does this sound natural?
A: Excellent rendition.
Q: I'd want to go... does this sound natural?
A: I understand what you are saying, and its good.👍 However, work a little bit in your accent and slow down a little bit. Nice Job! You can do it.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce want & wanted .
A: Check the question to view the answer

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