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en to want something   »   de etwas wollen

71 [seventy-one]

to want something

to want something

71 [einundsiebzig]

etwas wollen

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What do you want to do? W-s ---l--ihr? Was wollt ihr? W-s w-l-t i-r- -------------- Was wollt ihr? 0
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)? Wo-lt -hr Fußball -p----n? Wollt ihr Fußball spielen? W-l-t i-r F-ß-a-l s-i-l-n- -------------------------- Wollt ihr Fußball spielen? 0
Do you want to visit friends? Wo-lt -hr-----nd- -es--h-n? Wollt ihr Freunde besuchen? W-l-t i-r F-e-n-e b-s-c-e-? --------------------------- Wollt ihr Freunde besuchen? 0
to want wollen wollen w-l-e- ------ wollen 0
I don’t want to arrive late. I-h ---- ------spä---o---n. Ich will nicht spät kommen. I-h w-l- n-c-t s-ä- k-m-e-. --------------------------- Ich will nicht spät kommen. 0
I don’t want to go there. I-h -il- n-cht--i-ge-en. Ich will nicht hingehen. I-h w-l- n-c-t h-n-e-e-. ------------------------ Ich will nicht hingehen. 0
I want to go home. Ic--wi-l-n--- -a--e -e-e-. Ich will nach Hause gehen. I-h w-l- n-c- H-u-e g-h-n- -------------------------- Ich will nach Hause gehen. 0
I want to stay at home. I---w----zu-H-use--le--e-. Ich will zu Hause bleiben. I-h w-l- z- H-u-e b-e-b-n- -------------------------- Ich will zu Hause bleiben. 0
I want to be alone. Ich-w--l-al--i- -e--. Ich will allein sein. I-h w-l- a-l-i- s-i-. --------------------- Ich will allein sein. 0
Do you want to stay here? W-ll-- ---h-e-----i---? Willst du hier bleiben? W-l-s- d- h-e- b-e-b-n- ----------------------- Willst du hier bleiben? 0
Do you want to eat here? Wil--- -u----- --s--? Willst du hier essen? W-l-s- d- h-e- e-s-n- --------------------- Willst du hier essen? 0
Do you want to sleep here? W---st-d- h--- schla---? Willst du hier schlafen? W-l-s- d- h-e- s-h-a-e-? ------------------------ Willst du hier schlafen? 0
Do you want to leave tomorrow? Wol--n-S---m-r-en---fah-en? Wollen Sie morgen abfahren? W-l-e- S-e m-r-e- a-f-h-e-? --------------------------- Wollen Sie morgen abfahren? 0
Do you want to stay till tomorrow? W-l-e----e---s---rg-- -l-----? Wollen Sie bis morgen bleiben? W-l-e- S-e b-s m-r-e- b-e-b-n- ------------------------------ Wollen Sie bis morgen bleiben? 0
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow? Wol-e- -i---ie---c--u-g er-t -or-en bez----n? Wollen Sie die Rechnung erst morgen bezahlen? W-l-e- S-e d-e R-c-n-n- e-s- m-r-e- b-z-h-e-? --------------------------------------------- Wollen Sie die Rechnung erst morgen bezahlen? 0
Do you want to go to the disco? W-l---i-r-in d------ko? Wollt ihr in die Disko? W-l-t i-r i- d-e D-s-o- ----------------------- Wollt ihr in die Disko? 0
Do you want to go to the cinema? Wo-----hr-i-----no? Wollt ihr ins Kino? W-l-t i-r i-s K-n-? ------------------- Wollt ihr ins Kino? 0
Do you want to go to a café? Wollt--hr---s-Caf-? Wollt ihr ins Café? W-l-t i-r i-s C-f-? ------------------- Wollt ihr ins Café? 0

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