Expressing wish, capability, intention, preference
1. Want + to-infinitive: I want to have a car.
2. Want + noun / pronoun + to-infinit 555d32f ive: I want him to tell me the truth.
3. Pronoun / noun + like: I'd like to stay home.
4. Wish + past perfect: I wish I hadn't done it.
5. Wish + past tense: I wish I had a car.
6. Wish + would + infinitive: I wish he would come. = As vrea ca el sa vina.
I couldn't manage to fix the car
- to be going to: He's going to sell his car.
- The present continuous of the verb: Where are you going tonight? / What are you doing tonight?
- To intend to: How do you intend to spend this money?
- To mean to: How do you mean to spend this money?
- to prefer
- pronoun + would rather / would sooner
He'd rather stay home. (Mai bine ar sta acasa)
I'd rather he stayed home. (As prefera ca al sa stea acasa)
She'd rather come.
I'd rather she came.
I would prefer him to come. (As prefera ca el sa vina)