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Anne's native take on learning French verbs, one at time. This is the whole shebang on VOULOIR. Vouloir is translated as to want. However, this verb is mostly used in its third form, as a polite soft way of making a request. It really is for advanced students. Remember that exclamation points require a space before and after it in French. Much more (and also easier practice) on


(do) want (sing. & fam.)


let's want


(do) want (pl. and/or formal)

ne veuille pas

don't want (sing. & fam.)

ne voulons pas

let's not want

ne veuillez pas

don't want (pl. and/or formal)


(do) want it/them (sing. & fam.)


let's want it/them


(do) want it/them (pl. and/or formal)

ne le/la/les veuille pas

don't want it/them (sing. & fam.)

ne le/la/les voulons pas

let's not want it/them

ne le/la/les veuillez pas

don't want it/them (pl. and/or formal)


(do) want some (sing. & fam.)


let's want some


(do) want some (pl. and/or formal)

n'en veuille pas

don't want any (sing. & fam.)

n'en voulons pas

let's not want some

n'en veuillez pas

don't want any (pl. and/or formal)

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