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vouloir qc.

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to want something

to want something

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vouloir qc.

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What do you want to do? Qu---- c- q-- v--- v----- ? Qu’est ce que vous voulez ? 0 +
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)? Es---- q-- v--- v----- j---- a- f------- ? Est-ce que vous voulez jouer au football ? 0 +
Do you want to visit friends? Es---- q-- v--- v----- r----- v----- à d-- a--- ? Est-ce que vous voulez rendre visite à des amis ? 0 +
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I don’t want to arrive late. Je n- v--- p-- a------ e- r-----. Je ne veux pas arriver en retard. 0 +
I don’t want to go there. Je n- v--- p-- y a----. Je ne veux pas y aller. 0 +
I want to go home. Je v--- a---- à l- m-----. Je veux aller à la maison. 0 +
I want to stay at home. Je v--- r----- à l- m-----. Je veux rester à la maison. 0 +
I want to be alone. Je v--- ê--- s---. Je veux être seul. 0 +
Do you want to stay here? Ve----- r----- i-- ? Veux-tu rester ici ? 0 +
Do you want to eat here? Ve----- m----- i-- ? Veux-tu manger ici ? 0 +
Do you want to sleep here? Ve----- d----- i-- ? Veux-tu dormir ici ? 0 +
Do you want to leave tomorrow? Vo--------- p----- d----- ? Voulez-vous partir demain ? 0 +
Do you want to stay till tomorrow? Vo--------- r----- j------ d----- ? Voulez-vous rester jusqu’à demain ? 0 +
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow? Vo--------- r----- l- n--- s-------- d----- ? Voulez-vous régler la note seulement demain ? 0 +
Do you want to go to the disco? Vo--------- a---- à l- d---------- ? Voulez-vous aller à la discothèque ? 0 +
Do you want to go to the cinema? Vo--------- a---- a- c----- ? Voulez-vous aller au cinéma ? 0 +
Do you want to go to a café? Vo--------- a---- a- c--- ? Voulez-vous aller au café ? 0 +

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