How Do You Say I Want You In Spanish?

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ray of light Profile
ray of light answered
In Spanish you say "I want you" as " te quiero" or "quiero usted"

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Herb Greif answered
Yo deseo usted ...and if you're in a hurry ... Drop the yo and desea usted will work. If you really really mean it, add mucho. Whoops! I just noticed I typed desea. It should have been deseo. That's important since the o ending designates "I" and the a ending designates "we." He/She might not be that kind of girl/boy.
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Render Blender
Render Blender commented
Lo siento, senor, pero you no make it right. "Desea" does not designate "we". It means "he, she, or it wants, desires, or would like". And if you put the human as a dirtect object, you need the personal "a" preceeding the human direct object, viz., "Deseo a usted". I may not be speedy gonzales, pero I get around pretty good, no senor?
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Quiero que
~ Kelly ~ Profile
~ Kelly ~ answered
In spanish you say it as  " te quiero"
agustin dionicio Profile
It depends to whom you are talking too. If it is your girlfriend you can say. Te quiero or te. Necesito now it you are talking to a friend you can say the same but the meaning or the way you say it must to be different

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