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Dialogue 1

The verb querer (conjugate), means "to want" or "to love". The verb is irregular in the present tense. When conjugated, e changes to ie (with the exception of nostoros and vosotros).

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Martina: Buenas tardes, ¿en qué le puedo servir?
Good afternoon, how may I help you?

José Luis: Buenas tardes, quiero un sánduche de pavo.
Good afternoon, I would like a turkey sandwich.

Martina: ¿Es para comer aquí, o lo desea para llevar?
Is it to eat here, or do you want it to go?

José Luis: Es para comer aquí.
It's to eat here.

Martina: Muy bien. ¿Qué clase de pan desea? ¿Integral, blanco, dulce, pan árabe o pan de centeno?
Very good. What kind of bread would you like? Whole wheat, white, sweet, Arabic bread or rye bread?

José Luis: Lo quiero en pan de centeno.
I would like it on rye bread.

Martina: ¿Desea tajadas de tomate y lechuga?
Would you like slices of tomato and lettuce?

José Luis: Mmm, sólo tomate, sin lechuga.
Mmm, just tomato, without lettuce.

Martina: ¿Desea el sánduche con salsa de tomate, mostaza y pimienta?
Would you like the sandwich with ketchup, mustard and pepper?

José Luis: Únicamente con salsa de tomate. ¿Tiene mayonesa?
Just with ketchup. Do you have mayonnaise?

Martina: Sí señor, tenemos mayonesa. ¿Desea algo para beber?
Yes sir, we have mayonnaise. Would you like something to drink?

José Luis: Sí, quiero un té con sabor a durazno.
Yes, I would like peach flavored tea.

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