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How i say ((I want )) in korean

How i say ((I want )) in korean
and (( I don't want))

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
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    Depending on the context "want" can be similar to "want to" (싶다).

    But there is an actual verb, want , 원하다.
    I always want something new, 나는 언제나 새로운 무엇을 원한다.

    Just compare this to, I want a shave (I want to shave). We can use 싶다. 면도하고 싶다.

    To want in korean is 고싶어요, 요 here is to make the speech formal :
    I want to go to school = 학교에 가고 싶어요
    I want to eat Kimchi = 저 는 김치를 먹고 싶어요
    And for the negative "I don't want to..." we say 고 싶지 않아요
    I don't want to go home = 집에 가고 싶지 않아요
    I dont want to watch tv = 저는 텔레비전을 보고 싶지 않아요
    I hope this will help, i just learned that from a friend ^^

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