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to want something

to want something

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haluta jotakin 2

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What do you want to do? Mi-- h-------? Mitä haluatte? 0 +
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)? Ha-------- p----- j----------? Haluatteko pelata jalkapalloa? 0 +
Do you want to visit friends? Ha-------- k---- k------ y------- l----? Haluatteko käydä kylässä ystävien luona? 0 +
to want ha---a haluta 0 +
I don’t want to arrive late. En h---- t---- m------. En halua tulla myöhään. 0 +
I don’t want to go there. En h---- m----. En halua mennä. 0 +
I want to go home. Ha---- m---- k-----. Haluan mennä kotiin. 0 +
I want to stay at home. Ha---- j---- k-----. Haluan jäädä kotiin. 0 +
I want to be alone. Ha---- o--- y----. Haluan olla yksin. 0 +
Do you want to stay here? Ha------ j---- t----? Haluatko jäädä tänne? 0 +
Do you want to eat here? Ha------ s---- t-----? Haluatko syödä täällä? 0 +
Do you want to sleep here? Ha------ n----- t-----? Haluatko nukkua täällä? 0 +
Do you want to leave tomorrow? Ha-------- l----- h-------? Haluatteko lähteä huomenna? 0 +
Do you want to stay till tomorrow? Ha-------- j---- h--------? Haluatteko jäädä huomiseen? 0 +
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow? Ha-------- m----- l----- v---- h-------? Haluatteko maksaa laskun vasta huomenna? 0 +
Do you want to go to the disco? Ha-------- m---- d------? Haluatteko mennä diskoon? 0 +
Do you want to go to the cinema? Ha-------- m---- e--------? Haluatteko mennä elokuviin? 0 +
Do you want to go to a café? Ha-------- m---- k--------? Haluatteko mennä kahvilaan? 0 +

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