to want something   »  
querer qualquer coisa

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to want something

to want something

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querer qualquer coisa

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What do you want to do? O q-- v---- q----- f----? O que vocês querem fazer? 0 +
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)? Vo--- q----- j---- b---? Vocês querem jogar bola? 0 +
Do you want to visit friends? Vo--- q----- v------ a-----? Vocês querem visitar amigos? 0 +
to want qu---- / d-----r querer / desejar 0 +
I don’t want to arrive late. Eu n-- q---- c----- t----. Eu não quero chegar tarde. 0 +
I don’t want to go there. Eu n-- q---- i-. Eu não quero ir. 0 +
I want to go home. Eu q---- i- p--- c---. Eu quero ir para casa. 0 +
I want to stay at home. Eu q---- f---- e- c---. Eu quero ficar em casa. 0 +
I want to be alone. Eu q---- e---- s------ / s------. Eu quero estar sozinho / sozinha. 0 +
Do you want to stay here? Vo-- q--- f---- a---? Você quer ficar aqui? 0 +
Do you want to eat here? Vo-- q--- c---- a---? Você quer comer aqui? 0 +
Do you want to sleep here? Vo-- q--- d----- a---? Você quer dormir aqui? 0 +
Do you want to leave tomorrow? Vo-- q--- p----- a-----? Você quer partir amanhã? 0 +
Do you want to stay till tomorrow? Vo-- q--- f---- a-- a-----? Você quer ficar até amanhã? 0 +
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow? Vo-- q--- p---- a c---- s- a-----? Você quer pagar a conta só amanhã? 0 +
Do you want to go to the disco? Vo--- q----- i- à d--------? Vocês querem ir à discoteca? 0 +
Do you want to go to the cinema? Vo--- q----- i- a- c-----? Vocês querem ir ao cinema? 0 +
Do you want to go to a café? Vo--- q----- i- a- c---? Vocês querem ir ao café? 0 +

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