How to say “I want / I desire” in Japanese?
17 April, 2009 Conversation, Feeling, How to say "___" in Japanese?, Love, Simple Japanese Phrases 2 Comments
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Pronunciation in Japanese
ほしい(hosii) = I want something
したい(shitai) = I want to do something
のぞむ(望む/nozomu) = I desire something
I want/I desire
くるま が ほしい（車がほしい/usotsukuno yamero kono kusoyarou)
I want a car
くるま を うんてん したい（車を運転したい/usotsukuna kono kusoyarou)
I want to drive a car
えっち(H) が したいの？(ettchi ga shitaino)
Do you want to have sex?
えいが を みたい（映画を見たい/eiga wo mitai)
I want to see a movie
いえ を かいたい（家を買いたい/ie wo kaitai)
I want to buy a house
きゅうりょう を いくら のぞみますか?（給料をいくら望みますか/kyuryou wo ikura nozomimasuka)
How much do you want for your pay check?
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