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Expressing “I want…”

When you want something or want to buy something, you could say “Wǒ yào……。”(I want)Please listen and read those sentences about asking for some fruits to practice your pronunciation. Audio

  • Wǒ yào píngguǒ。— I want apples.
  • Wǒ yào pútao。— I want grapes.
  • Wǒ yào cǎoméi。— I want strawberries.
  • Wǒ yào mángguǒ。— I want mangoes.
  • Wǒ yào chéngzi。— I want oranges.

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