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Spanish Grammar A1 ⮟
Ser and Estar in Spanish for Beginners
Está and Hay in Spanish to Express Location
The Present Indicative in Spanish
The verb querer in Spanish: how to use it
The Verb Gustar in Spanish
Demonstratives in Spanish and Adverbs of Place
Possessive Adjectives in Spanish
The Present Continuous in Spanish: Estar + Gerund
The Gerund in Spanish: Form and Basic Uses
Expressions of Quantity in Spanish: Muy and Mucho
Spanish Grammar A2 ⮟
Present Perfect Indicative in Spanish
The Past Simple in Spanish
The Preterite Imperfect Indicative in Spanish
Indicative past tenses in Spanish
How to Express Future in Spanish
How to use por and para in Spanish
Possessive Pronouns in Spanish
Comparative Adjectives in Spanish
Ya in Spanish: Meaning and Usage
Subject Personal Pronouns in Spanish
Expressing Obligation in Spanish
Spanish Grammar B1 ⮟
The Pluperfect Indicative in Spanish
The Future Simple in Spanish
The Conditional Simple in Spanish
The imperative mood in Spanish
The present subjunctive in Spanish
Verbal Periphrasis in Spanish
General Rules of Accentuation in Spanish
Expressing Wishes with the Subjunctive in Spanish
The Use of Cuando with Indicative and Subjunctive
Position of Object Pronouns in Spanish
Spanish Grammar B2 ⮟
Advanced Uses of Conditional Simple
The Future Perfect in Spanish
The Conditional Perfect in Spanish
Present Perfect Subjunctive in Spanish
How do I use the past imperfect subjunctive?
The Pluperfect Subjunctive in Spanish
How to express probability in Spanish
Conditional Clauses in Spanish
Verbs of Change in Spanish
Reported Speech in Spanish
Spanish Grammar C1 ⮟
The passive Voice in Spanish
Adverbial Clauses of Manner in Spanish
Adverbial Clauses of Cause in Spanish
Clauses of Purpose in Spanish
Conditional Conjunctions in Spanish
Uses of the Pronoun SE with Syntactic Function
Uses of the Pronoun Se as a Verb Mark
The Indeterminate Feminine in Spanish

Do you want to speak Spanish? Well, the verb QUERER is one of the most useful when you start making your first sentences in Spanish. You can talk about what you need, what you want, what you don’t want to do, your plans, invite friends and even talk about love.

The first thing we are going to do is learn to conjugate the verb QUERER in Spanish, it is an irregular verb (E>IE):

Structures to use the verb QUERER in Spanish:


How do I book a hotel room?

Quiero una habitación doble.

How do I order something in a cafeteria?

Quiero un café.

How do I offer a drink to a friend?

¿Quieres una cerveza?

How do I explain what I need at a train station?

Queremos un billete de ida y vuelta para León.


How do I talk about my plans in the city?

Quiero conocer la ciudad.

Queremos ir al museo naval.

How do I propose a plan?

¿Quieres ir al cine con nosotros?

How do I say I don’t feel like doing something?

No quiero cenar ahora.

How do I talk about my desires and those of others?

Quiero viajar a una isla en el Caribe.

Mi amiga quiere aprender español.


¿Quieres a Jorge?

Quiero a mis padres muchísimo.

What do you think? Do you dare to do your first sentences with the verb QUERER in Spanish? You can test what we just told you or if you prefer, you can start practicing with us.