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en to want something   »   it voler qualcosa

71 [seventy-one]

to want something

to want something

71 [settantuno]

voler qualcosa

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What do you want to do? Ch- cosa----e-e? Che cosa volete? C-e c-s- v-l-t-? ---------------- Che cosa volete? 0
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)? V--et--gio-a---a --llo-e? Volete giocare a pallone? V-l-t- g-o-a-e a p-l-o-e- ------------------------- Volete giocare a pallone? 0
Do you want to visit friends? Vo-et- --da------rov-r---egl--a-i--? Volete andare a trovare degli amici? V-l-t- a-d-r- a t-o-a-e d-g-i a-i-i- ------------------------------------ Volete andare a trovare degli amici? 0
to want v-le-e volere v-l-r- ------ volere 0
I don’t want to arrive late. No- vogl-o --riv-r- -- -itard-. Non voglio arrivare in ritardo. N-n v-g-i- a-r-v-r- i- r-t-r-o- ------------------------------- Non voglio arrivare in ritardo. 0
I don’t want to go there. N---vog-io-anda--i. Non voglio andarci. N-n v-g-i- a-d-r-i- ------------------- Non voglio andarci. 0
I want to go home. Vo---o--nd-r- - -a-a. Voglio andare a casa. V-g-i- a-d-r- a c-s-. --------------------- Voglio andare a casa. 0
I want to stay at home. V-gli---est--e - c-s-. Voglio restare a casa. V-g-i- r-s-a-e a c-s-. ---------------------- Voglio restare a casa. 0
I want to be alone. V-g-i- es---e sol---- -o--io -t-----a s---. Voglio essere solo. / Voglio stare da solo. V-g-i- e-s-r- s-l-. / V-g-i- s-a-e d- s-l-. ------------------------------------------- Voglio essere solo. / Voglio stare da solo. 0
Do you want to stay here? V--i r-s--re--u-? Vuoi restare qui? V-o- r-s-a-e q-i- ----------------- Vuoi restare qui? 0
Do you want to eat here? Vuo----ngiare----? Vuoi mangiare qui? V-o- m-n-i-r- q-i- ------------------ Vuoi mangiare qui? 0
Do you want to sleep here? Vu---do---re q--? Vuoi dormire qui? V-o- d-r-i-e q-i- ----------------- Vuoi dormire qui? 0
Do you want to leave tomorrow? Vu-l---a----e dom-n-? Vuole partire domani? V-o-e p-r-i-e d-m-n-? --------------------- Vuole partire domani? 0
Do you want to stay till tomorrow? V-o-- r-s-a-e-f--- - -o---i? Vuole restare fino a domani? V-o-e r-s-a-e f-n- a d-m-n-? ---------------------------- Vuole restare fino a domani? 0
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow? Vu--- ---a-e-il co--o -o----oman-? Vuole pagare il conto solo domani? V-o-e p-g-r- i- c-n-o s-l- d-m-n-? ---------------------------------- Vuole pagare il conto solo domani? 0
Do you want to go to the disco? V---te-an-are -- d--coteca? Volete andare in discoteca? V-l-t- a-d-r- i- d-s-o-e-a- --------------------------- Volete andare in discoteca? 0
Do you want to go to the cinema? Vo--t--a-dare -l--inem-? Volete andare al cinema? V-l-t- a-d-r- a- c-n-m-? ------------------------ Volete andare al cinema? 0
Do you want to go to a café? Vole-e---dare a- ---? Volete andare al bar? V-l-t- a-d-r- a- b-r- --------------------- Volete andare al bar? 0

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