Conjugation and Use of Querer  

Spanish Grammar Present Indicative Verb Querer - to want

The verb querer (conjugation) 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).

yo quiero (I want)
quieres (you want)
Ud/él/ella quiere (you/he/she wants)
nosotros (as) queremos (we want)
vosotros (as) queréis (you guys want)
Uds/ellos/ellas quieren (you all/they want)

Yo quiero comer.
I want to eat.

Quiero comer.
I want to eat.

Yo quiero comprar bienes raíces.
I want to buy real estate.

Yo quiero enviar ochocientos dólares.
I want to send eight hundred dollars.

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