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Re: I want to go.

Postby Multiturquoise » 2014-06-21, 9:31

Diwani, I don't want to be rude but every sentence has to be one of the colours in the first post. Also adding Latvian, Polish and Pashto.

German (de) Ich will gehen.
English (en) I want to go.
Dutch (nl) Ik wil gaan.
Danish (da) Jeg vil gå.
Swedish (sv) Jag vill gå. (on foot) / Jag vill åka. (with a vehicle)
Bokmål (no-nb) Jeg vil gå.
Icelandic (is) Ég vil fara.
Faroese (fo) Eg vil fara.

lld (lld) Vue jì.
Catalan (ca) Hi vull anar. / Me'n vull anar.
Spanish (es) Quiero ir.
French (fr) Je veux aller.
Italian (it) Voglio andare.
Lombard (lmo) Mì voli andà.
Portuguese (pt) Quero ir.
Romanian (ro) Vreau să merg.

Belarusian (be) Хачу ісці.
Bosnian (bs) Želim ići.
Bulgarian (bg) Искам да отида.
Czech (cs) Chci jít.
Croatian (hr) Želim ići.
Polish (pl) Chcę iść.
Russian (ru) Я хочу идти.
Serbian (sr) Želim da idem.
Slovene (sl) Hočem iti.

Welsh (cy) Dw i eisiau mynd (Gog)/Rwy'n moyn mynd (Hwntw)
Irish (ga) Ba mhaith liom dul.
Scottish Gaelic (gd) Tha mi ag iarraidh dol.

Greek (el) Θέλω να πάω.

Albanian (sq) Dua të shkoj.

Lithuanian (lt) Aš noriu eiti.
Latvian (lv) Es gribu iet.

Pashto (ps) تلل غواړم.
Persian (fa) می​خواهم بروم.
Tajik (fa-TJ) Мехоҳам равам.
Sorani Kurdish (ku) دەمەوێ بچم / برۆم
Kurmanji Kurdish (ku) Ez dixwazim biçim.

Panjabi (pa) ਜਾਣਾ ਚਾਉਂਦਾ ਹਾਂ|

Basque (eu) Joan nahi dut.

Estonian (et) Ma tahan minna.
Finnish (fi) Haluan mennä.
Hungarian (hu) Akarok menni.

Azerbaijani (az) Getmək istəyirəm.
Turkish (tr) Gitmek istiyorum.

Amharic (am) መሄድ እፈልጋለሁ።
Arabic (ar) أريد أن أذهب.
Hebrew (he) אני רוצה ללכת.
Maltese (mt) Irrid immur.

Somali (so) Waxaan rabaa inaan tago. :?:

Hausa (ha) Ina so in je. :?:

Ndifuna kupita.
Igbo (ig) Achọrọ m iga. :?:
Shona (sn) Ndinoda kuenda.
Swahili (sw) Nataka kwenda.
Tswana (tn) Ke batla go ya. :?:
Xhosa (xh) Ndifuna ukuya.
Yoruba (yo) Mo fẹ́ lọ. :?:
Zulu (zu) Ngifuna ukuya.

Georgian (ka) წასვლა მინდა.

Korean (ko) 나는 가고 싶어요.

Chinese (zh) 我要去。 / 我想去。

Vietnamese (vi) Tôi muốn đi.

Japanese (ja) 私は行きたい。 (There's only one verb which transforms into an adjectival form (not exactly a participle) which implies desire)

Indonesian (id) Saya mau pergi.
Tagalog (tl) Ibig ko na magpatuloy.

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[Mobilian Jargon]: eno aya banna

Esperanto (eo) Mi volas iri.
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Re: I want to go.

Postby Saim » 2014-06-23, 7:57

Eibhlín wrote:
lld (lld) Vue jì.
Catalan (ca) Hi vull anar. / Me'n vull anar.
Spanish (es) Quiero ir.
French (fr) Je veux aller.
Italian (it) Voglio andare.
Lombard (lmo) Mì voli andà.
Portuguese (pt) Quero ir.
Romanian (ro) Vreau să merg.

Belarusian (be) Хачу ісці.
Bosnian (bs) Želim ići.
Bulgarian (bg) Искам да отида.
Czech (cs) Chci jít.
Croatian (hr) Želim ići.
Polish (pl) Chcę iść.
Russian (ru) Я хочу идти.
Serbian (sr) Želim da idem. / Želim ići.
Slovene (sl) Hočem iti.

Greek (el) Θέλω να πάω.

Albanian (sq) Dua të shkoj.


This is one of the elements of the Balkan Sprachbund - note how Romanian and Bulgarian are different to the rest of their family on this, and eastern Serbo-Croatian allows for the same variant as Bulgarian but western varieties (represented here by the Bosnian and Croatian standards) don't. The Balkan form is more common in the colloquial language because the form shared with Bosnian and Croatian is the original form while the former spread into Serbian via Torlak and ultimately Bulgarian (i.e. moving westward in the South Slavic dialect continuum).

Adding alternative to Serbian.

German (de) Ich will gehen.
English (en) I want to go.
Dutch (nl) Ik wil gaan.
Danish (da) Jeg vil gå.
Swedish (sv) Jag vill gå. (on foot) / Jag vill åka. (with a vehicle)
Bokmål (no-nb) Jeg vil gå.
Icelandic (is) Ég vil fara.
Faroese (fo) Eg vil fara.

lld (lld) Vue jì.
Catalan (ca) Hi vull anar. / Me'n vull anar.
Spanish (es) Quiero ir.
French (fr) Je veux aller.
Italian (it) Voglio andare.
Lombard (lmo) Mì voli andà.
Portuguese (pt) Quero ir.
Romanian (ro) Vreau să merg.

Belarusian (be) Хачу ісці.
Bosnian (bs) Želim ići.
Bulgarian (bg) Искам да отида.
Czech (cs) Chci jít.
Croatian (hr) Želim ići.
Polish (pl) Chcę iść.
Russian (ru) Я хочу идти.
Serbian (sr) Želim da idem. / Želim ići.
Slovene (sl) Hočem iti.

Welsh (cy) Dw i eisiau mynd (Gog)/Rwy'n moyn mynd (Hwntw)
Irish (ga) Ba mhaith liom dul.
Scottish Gaelic (gd) Tha mi ag iarraidh dol.

Greek (el) Θέλω να πάω.

Albanian (sq) Dua të shkoj.

Lithuanian (lt) Aš noriu eiti.
Latvian (lv) Es gribu iet.

Pashto (ps) تلل غواړم.
Persian (fa) می​خواهم بروم.
Tajik (fa-TJ) Мехоҳам равам.
Sorani Kurdish (ku) دەمەوێ بچم / برۆم
Kurmanji Kurdish (ku) Ez dixwazim biçim.

Panjabi (pa) ਜਾਣਾ ਚਾਉਂਦਾ ਹਾਂ|

Basque (eu) Joan nahi dut.

Estonian (et) Ma tahan minna.
Finnish (fi) Haluan mennä.
Hungarian (hu) Akarok menni.

Azerbaijani (az) Getmək istəyirəm.
Turkish (tr) Gitmek istiyorum.

Amharic (am) መሄድ እፈልጋለሁ።
Arabic (ar) أريد أن أذهب.
Hebrew (he) אני רוצה ללכת.
Maltese (mt) Irrid immur.

Somali (so) Waxaan rabaa inaan tago. :?:

Hausa (ha) Ina so in je. :?:

Ndifuna kupita.
Igbo (ig) Achọrọ m iga. :?:
Shona (sn) Ndinoda kuenda.
Swahili (sw) Nataka kwenda.
Tswana (tn) Ke batla go ya. :?:
Xhosa (xh) Ndifuna ukuya.
Yoruba (yo) Mo fẹ́ lọ. :?:
Zulu (zu) Ngifuna ukuya.

Georgian (ka) წასვლა მინდა.

Korean (ko) 나는 가고 싶어요.

Chinese (zh) 我要去。 / 我想去。

Vietnamese (vi) Tôi muốn đi.

Japanese (ja) 私は行きたい。 (There's only one verb which transforms into an adjectival form (not exactly a participle) which implies desire)

Indonesian (id) Saya mau pergi.
Tagalog (tl) Ibig ko na magpatuloy.

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[Mobilian Jargon]: eno aya banna

Esperanto (eo) Mi volas iri.

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Re: I want to go.

Postby ~jakip » 2014-06-23, 9:43

Added Milanese

German (de) Ich will gehen.
English (en) I want to go.
Dutch (nl) Ik wil gaan.
Danish (da) Jeg vil gå.
Swedish (sv) Jag vill gå. (on foot) / Jag vill åka. (with a vehicle)
Bokmål (no-nb) Jeg vil gå.
Icelandic (is) Ég vil fara.
Faroese (fo) Eg vil fara.

lld (lld) Vue jì.
Catalan (ca) Hi vull anar. / Me'n vull anar.
Spanish (es) Quiero ir.
French (fr) Je veux aller.
Italian (it) Voglio andare.
Lombard (lmo) Mì voli andà.
Mì voueri andà.
Portuguese (pt) Quero ir.
Romanian (ro) Vreau să merg.

Belarusian (be) Хачу ісці.
Bosnian (bs) Želim ići.
Bulgarian (bg) Искам да отида.
Czech (cs) Chci jít.
Croatian (hr) Želim ići.
Polish (pl) Chcę iść.
Russian (ru) Я хочу идти.
Serbian (sr) Želim da idem. / Želim ići.
Slovene (sl) Hočem iti.

Welsh (cy) Dw i eisiau mynd (Gog)/Rwy'n moyn mynd (Hwntw)
Irish (ga) Ba mhaith liom dul.
Scottish Gaelic (gd) Tha mi ag iarraidh dol.

Greek (el) Θέλω να πάω.

Albanian (sq) Dua të shkoj.

Lithuanian (lt) Aš noriu eiti.
Latvian (lv) Es gribu iet.

Pashto (ps) تلل غواړم.
Persian (fa) می​خواهم بروم.
Tajik (fa-TJ) Мехоҳам равам.
Sorani Kurdish (ku) دەمەوێ بچم / برۆم
Kurmanji Kurdish (ku) Ez dixwazim biçim.

Panjabi (pa) ਜਾਣਾ ਚਾਉਂਦਾ ਹਾਂ|

Basque (eu) Joan nahi dut.

Estonian (et) Ma tahan minna.
Finnish (fi) Haluan mennä.
Hungarian (hu) Akarok menni.

Azerbaijani (az) Getmək istəyirəm.
Turkish (tr) Gitmek istiyorum.

Amharic (am) መሄድ እፈልጋለሁ።
Arabic (ar) أريد أن أذهب.
Hebrew (he) אני רוצה ללכת.
Maltese (mt) Irrid immur.

Somali (so) Waxaan rabaa inaan tago. :?:

Hausa (ha) Ina so in je. :?:

Ndifuna kupita.
Igbo (ig) Achọrọ m iga. :?:
Shona (sn) Ndinoda kuenda.
Swahili (sw) Nataka kwenda.
Tswana (tn) Ke batla go ya. :?:
Xhosa (xh) Ndifuna ukuya.
Yoruba (yo) Mo fẹ́ lọ. :?:
Zulu (zu) Ngifuna ukuya.

Georgian (ka) წასვლა მინდა.

Korean (ko) 나는 가고 싶어요.

Chinese (zh) 我要去。 / 我想去。

Vietnamese (vi) Tôi muốn đi.

Japanese (ja) 私は行きたい。 (There's only one verb which transforms into an adjectival form (not exactly a participle) which implies desire)

Indonesian (id) Saya mau pergi.
Tagalog (tl) Ibig ko na magpatuloy.

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[Mobilian Jargon]: eno aya banna

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Re: I want to go.

Postby Multiturquoise » 2014-06-23, 10:14

Turkish and Azerbaijani are actually verbal noun (Turkish: isim-fiil fiilimsi). Also adding Kazakh, Turkmen and Uzbek.

German (de) Ich will gehen.
English (en) I want to go.
Dutch (nl) Ik wil gaan.
Danish (da) Jeg vil gå.
Swedish (sv) Jag vill gå. (on foot) / Jag vill åka. (with a vehicle)
Bokmål (no-nb) Jeg vil gå.
Icelandic (is) Ég vil fara.
Faroese (fo) Eg vil fara.

lld (lld) Vue jì.
Catalan (ca) Hi vull anar. / Me'n vull anar.
Spanish (es) Quiero ir.
French (fr) Je veux aller.
Italian (it) Voglio andare.
Lombard (lmo) Mì voli andà.
Mì voueri andà.
Portuguese (pt) Quero ir.
Romanian (ro) Vreau să merg.

Belarusian (be) Хачу ісці.
Bosnian (bs) Želim ići.
Bulgarian (bg) Искам да отида.
Czech (cs) Chci jít.
Croatian (hr) Želim ići.
Polish (pl) Chcę iść.
Russian (ru) Я хочу идти.
Serbian (sr) Želim da idem. / Želim ići.
Slovene (sl) Hočem iti.

Welsh (cy) Dw i eisiau mynd (Gog)/Rwy'n moyn mynd (Hwntw)
Irish (ga) Ba mhaith liom dul.
Scottish Gaelic (gd) Tha mi ag iarraidh dol.

Greek (el) Θέλω να πάω.

Albanian (sq) Dua të shkoj.

Lithuanian (lt) Aš noriu eiti.
Latvian (lv) Es gribu iet.

Pashto (ps) تلل غواړم.
Persian (fa) می​خواهم بروم.
Tajik (fa-TJ) Мехоҳам равам.
Sorani Kurdish (ku) دەمەوێ بچم / برۆم
Kurmanji Kurdish (ku) Ez dixwazim biçim.

Panjabi (pa) ਜਾਣਾ ਚਾਉਂਦਾ ਹਾਂ|

Basque (eu) Joan nahi dut.

Estonian (et) Ma tahan minna.
Finnish (fi) Haluan mennä.
Hungarian (hu) Akarok menni.

Azerbaijani (az) Getmək istəyirəm.
Kazakh (kk) Барғым келеді.
Turkish (tr) Gitmek istiyorum.
Turkmen (tk) Gitmek isleýärin.
Uzbek (uz) Bormoqchiman. (The suffix "-chiman" is added to the infinitive)

Amharic (am) መሄድ እፈልጋለሁ።
Arabic (ar) أريد أن أذهب.
Hebrew (he) אני רוצה ללכת.
Maltese (mt) Irrid immur.

Somali (so) Waxaan rabaa inaan tago. :?:

Hausa (ha) Ina so in je. :?:

Ndifuna kupita.
Igbo (ig) Achọrọ m iga. :?:
Shona (sn) Ndinoda kuenda.
Swahili (sw) Nataka kwenda.
Tswana (tn) Ke batla go ya. :?:
Xhosa (xh) Ndifuna ukuya.
Yoruba (yo) Mo fẹ́ lọ. :?:
Zulu (zu) Ngifuna ukuya.

Georgian (ka) წასვლა მინდა.

Korean (ko) 나는 가고 싶어요.

Chinese (zh) 我要去。 / 我想去。

Vietnamese (vi) Tôi muốn đi.

Japanese (ja) 私は行きたい。 (There's only one verb which transforms into an adjectival form (not exactly a participle) which implies desire)

Indonesian (id) Saya mau pergi.
Tagalog (tl) Ibig ko na magpatuloy.

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[Mobilian Jargon]: eno aya banna

Esperanto (eo) Mi volas iri.
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Re: I want to go.

Postby Mutusen » 2014-06-23, 10:22

Slovak was missing.

German (de) Ich will gehen.
English (en) I want to go.
Dutch (nl) Ik wil gaan.
Danish (da) Jeg vil gå.
Swedish (sv) Jag vill gå. (on foot) / Jag vill åka. (with a vehicle)
Bokmål (no-nb) Jeg vil gå.
Icelandic (is) Ég vil fara.
Faroese (fo) Eg vil fara.

lld (lld) Vue jì.
Catalan (ca) Hi vull anar. / Me'n vull anar.
Spanish (es) Quiero ir.
French (fr) Je veux aller.
Italian (it) Voglio andare.
Lombard (lmo) Mì voli andà.
Mì voueri andà.
Portuguese (pt) Quero ir.
Romanian (ro) Vreau să merg.

Belarusian (be) Хачу ісці.
Bosnian (bs) Želim ići.
Bulgarian (bg) Искам да отида.
Czech (cs) Chci jít.
Croatian (hr) Želim ići.
Polish (pl) Chcę iść.
Russian (ru) Я хочу идти.
Serbian (sr) Želim da idem. / Želim ići.
Slovak (sk) Chcem ísť.
Slovene (sl) Hočem iti.

Welsh (cy) Dw i eisiau mynd (Gog)/Rwy'n moyn mynd (Hwntw)
Irish (ga) Ba mhaith liom dul.
Scottish Gaelic (gd) Tha mi ag iarraidh dol.

Greek (el) Θέλω να πάω.

Albanian (sq) Dua të shkoj.

Lithuanian (lt) Aš noriu eiti.
Latvian (lv) Es gribu iet.

Pashto (ps) تلل غواړم.
Persian (fa) می​خواهم بروم.
Tajik (fa-TJ) Мехоҳам равам.
Sorani Kurdish (ku) دەمەوێ بچم / برۆم
Kurmanji Kurdish (ku) Ez dixwazim biçim.

Panjabi (pa) ਜਾਣਾ ਚਾਉਂਦਾ ਹਾਂ|

Basque (eu) Joan nahi dut.

Estonian (et) Ma tahan minna.
Finnish (fi) Haluan mennä.
Hungarian (hu) Akarok menni.

Azerbaijani (az) Getmək istəyirəm.
Kazakh (kk) Барғым келеді.
Turkish (tr) Gitmek istiyorum.
Turkmen (tk) Gitmek isleýärin.
Uzbek (uz) Bormoqchiman. (The suffix "-chiman" is added to the infinitive)

Amharic (am) መሄድ እፈልጋለሁ።
Arabic (ar) أريد أن أذهب.
Hebrew (he) אני רוצה ללכת.
Maltese (mt) Irrid immur.

Somali (so) Waxaan rabaa inaan tago. :?:

Hausa (ha) Ina so in je. :?:

Ndifuna kupita.
Igbo (ig) Achọrọ m iga. :?:
Shona (sn) Ndinoda kuenda.
Swahili (sw) Nataka kwenda.
Tswana (tn) Ke batla go ya. :?:
Xhosa (xh) Ndifuna ukuya.
Yoruba (yo) Mo fẹ́ lọ. :?:
Zulu (zu) Ngifuna ukuya.

Georgian (ka) წასვლა მინდა.

Korean (ko) 나는 가고 싶어요.

Chinese (zh) 我要去。 / 我想去。

Vietnamese (vi) Tôi muốn đi.

Japanese (ja) 私は行きたい。 (There's only one verb which transforms into an adjectival form (not exactly a participle) which implies desire)

Indonesian (id) Saya mau pergi.
Tagalog (tl) Ibig ko na magpatuloy.

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[Mobilian Jargon]: eno aya banna

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Re: I want to go.

Postby Set » 2014-06-23, 12:39

Adding another option for Pashto.

German (de) Ich will gehen.
English (en) I want to go.
Dutch (nl) Ik wil gaan.
Danish (da) Jeg vil gå.
Swedish (sv) Jag vill gå. (on foot) / Jag vill åka. (with a vehicle)
Bokmål (no-nb) Jeg vil gå.
Icelandic (is) Ég vil fara.
Faroese (fo) Eg vil fara.

lld (lld) Vue jì.
Catalan (ca) Hi vull anar. / Me'n vull anar.
Spanish (es) Quiero ir.
French (fr) Je veux aller.
Italian (it) Voglio andare.
Lombard (lmo) Mì voli andà.
Mì voueri andà.
Portuguese (pt) Quero ir.
Romanian (ro) Vreau să merg.

Belarusian (be) Хачу ісці.
Bosnian (bs) Želim ići.
Bulgarian (bg) Искам да отида.
Czech (cs) Chci jít.
Croatian (hr) Želim ići.
Polish (pl) Chcę iść.
Russian (ru) Я хочу идти.
Serbian (sr) Želim da idem. / Želim ići.
Slovak (sk) Chcem ísť.
Slovene (sl) Hočem iti.

Welsh (cy) Dw i eisiau mynd (Gog)/Rwy'n moyn mynd (Hwntw)
Irish (ga) Ba mhaith liom dul.
Scottish Gaelic (gd) Tha mi ag iarraidh dol.

Greek (el) Θέλω να πάω.

Albanian (sq) Dua të shkoj.

Lithuanian (lt) Aš noriu eiti.
Latvian (lv) Es gribu iet.

Pashto (ps) تلل غواړم./غواړم (چې) لارشم
Persian (fa) می​خواهم بروم.
Tajik (fa-TJ) Мехоҳам равам.
Sorani Kurdish (ku) دەمەوێ بچم / برۆم
Kurmanji Kurdish (ku) Ez dixwazim biçim.

Panjabi (pa) ਜਾਣਾ ਚਾਉਂਦਾ ਹਾਂ|

Basque (eu) Joan nahi dut.

Estonian (et) Ma tahan minna.
Finnish (fi) Haluan mennä.
Hungarian (hu) Akarok menni.

Azerbaijani (az) Getmək istəyirəm.
Kazakh (kk) Барғым келеді.
Turkish (tr) Gitmek istiyorum.
Turkmen (tk) Gitmek isleýärin.
Uzbek (uz) Bormoqchiman. (The suffix "-chiman" is added to the infinitive)

Amharic (am) መሄድ እፈልጋለሁ።
Arabic (ar) أريد أن أذهب.
Hebrew (he) אני רוצה ללכת.
Maltese (mt) Irrid immur.

Somali (so) Waxaan rabaa inaan tago. :?:

Hausa (ha) Ina so in je. :?:

Ndifuna kupita.
Igbo (ig) Achọrọ m iga. :?:
Shona (sn) Ndinoda kuenda.
Swahili (sw) Nataka kwenda.
Tswana (tn) Ke batla go ya. :?:
Xhosa (xh) Ndifuna ukuya.
Yoruba (yo) Mo fẹ́ lọ. :?:
Zulu (zu) Ngifuna ukuya.

Georgian (ka) წასვლა მინდა.

Korean (ko) 나는 가고 싶어요.

Chinese (zh) 我要去。 / 我想去。

Vietnamese (vi) Tôi muốn đi.

Japanese (ja) 私は行きたい。 (There's only one verb which transforms into an adjectival form (not exactly a participle) which implies desire)

Indonesian (id) Saya mau pergi.
Tagalog (tl) Ibig ko na magpatuloy.

ąmą́brį hkǫ́bra

[Mobilian Jargon]: eno aya banna

Esperanto (eo) Mi volas iri.
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Re: I want to go.

Postby Multiturquoise » 2014-06-23, 16:23

Hawaiian

German (de) Ich will gehen.
English (en) I want to go.
Dutch (nl) Ik wil gaan.
Danish (da) Jeg vil gå.
Swedish (sv) Jag vill gå. (on foot) / Jag vill åka. (with a vehicle)
Bokmål (no-nb) Jeg vil gå.
Icelandic (is) Ég vil fara.
Faroese (fo) Eg vil fara.

lld (lld) Vue jì.
Catalan (ca) Hi vull anar. / Me'n vull anar.
Spanish (es) Quiero ir.
French (fr) Je veux aller.
Italian (it) Voglio andare.
Lombard (lmo) Mì voli andà.
Mì voueri andà.
Portuguese (pt) Quero ir.
Romanian (ro) Vreau să merg.

Belarusian (be) Хачу ісці.
Bosnian (bs) Želim ići.
Bulgarian (bg) Искам да отида.
Czech (cs) Chci jít.
Croatian (hr) Želim ići.
Polish (pl) Chcę iść.
Russian (ru) Я хочу идти.
Serbian (sr) Želim da idem. / Želim ići.
Slovak (sk) Chcem ísť.
Slovene (sl) Hočem iti.

Welsh (cy) Dw i eisiau mynd (Gog)/Rwy'n moyn mynd (Hwntw)
Irish (ga) Ba mhaith liom dul.
Scottish Gaelic (gd) Tha mi ag iarraidh dol.

Greek (el) Θέλω να πάω.

Albanian (sq) Dua të shkoj.

Lithuanian (lt) Aš noriu eiti.
Latvian (lv) Es gribu iet.

Pashto (ps) تلل غواړم./غواړم (چې) لارشم
Persian (fa) می​خواهم بروم.
Tajik (fa-TJ) Мехоҳам равам.
Sorani Kurdish (ku) دەمەوێ بچم / برۆم
Kurmanji Kurdish (ku) Ez dixwazim biçim.

Panjabi (pa) ਜਾਣਾ ਚਾਉਂਦਾ ਹਾਂ|

Basque (eu) Joan nahi dut.

Estonian (et) Ma tahan minna.
Finnish (fi) Haluan mennä.
Hungarian (hu) Akarok menni.

Azerbaijani (az) Getmək istəyirəm.
Kazakh (kk) Барғым келеді.
Turkish (tr) Gitmek istiyorum.
Turkmen (tk) Gitmek isleýärin.
Uzbek (uz) Bormoqchiman. (The suffix "-chiman" is added to the infinitive)

Amharic (am) መሄድ እፈልጋለሁ።
Arabic (ar) أريد أن أذهب.
Hebrew (he) אני רוצה ללכת.
Maltese (mt) Irrid immur.

Somali (so) Waxaan rabaa inaan tago. :?:

Hausa (ha) Ina so in je. :?:

Ndifuna kupita.
Igbo (ig) Achọrọ m iga. :?:
Shona (sn) Ndinoda kuenda.
Swahili (sw) Nataka kwenda.
Tswana (tn) Ke batla go ya. :?:
Xhosa (xh) Ndifuna ukuya.
Yoruba (yo) Mo fẹ́ lọ. :?:
Zulu (zu) Ngifuna ukuya.

Georgian (ka) წასვლა მინდა.

Korean (ko) 나는 가고 싶어요.

Chinese (zh) 我要去。 / 我想去。

Vietnamese (vi) Tôi muốn đi.

Japanese (ja) 私は行きたい。 (There's only one verb which transforms into an adjectival form (not exactly a participle) which implies desire)

Indonesian (id) Saya mau pergi.
Tagalog (tl) Ibig ko na magpatuloy.

Hawaiian (haw) Makemake au e hele.

ąmą́brį hkǫ́bra

[Mobilian Jargon]: eno aya banna

Esperanto (eo) Mi volas iri.
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advanced: (en) (el)
intermediate: (fr) (de)
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Re: I want to go.

Postby ~jakip » 2014-06-23, 16:28

Fixed Lombard and Milanese

German (de) Ich will gehen.
English (en) I want to go.
Dutch (nl) Ik wil gaan.
Danish (da) Jeg vil gå.
Swedish (sv) Jag vill gå. (on foot) / Jag vill åka. (with a vehicle)
Bokmål (no-nb) Jeg vil gå.
Icelandic (is) Ég vil fara.
Faroese (fo) Eg vil fara.

lld (lld) Vue jì.
Catalan (ca) Hi vull anar. / Me'n vull anar.
Spanish (es) Quiero ir.
French (fr) Je veux aller.
Italian (it) Voglio andare.
Lombard (lmo) Voli andà.
Voueri andà.
Portuguese (pt) Quero ir.
Romanian (ro) Vreau să merg.

Belarusian (be) Хачу ісці.
Bosnian (bs) Želim ići.
Bulgarian (bg) Искам да отида.
Czech (cs) Chci jít.
Croatian (hr) Želim ići.
Polish (pl) Chcę iść.
Russian (ru) Я хочу идти.
Serbian (sr) Želim da idem. / Želim ići.
Slovak (sk) Chcem ísť.
Slovene (sl) Hočem iti.

Welsh (cy) Dw i eisiau mynd (Gog)/Rwy'n moyn mynd (Hwntw)
Irish (ga) Ba mhaith liom dul.
Scottish Gaelic (gd) Tha mi ag iarraidh dol.

Greek (el) Θέλω να πάω.

Albanian (sq) Dua të shkoj.

Lithuanian (lt) Aš noriu eiti.
Latvian (lv) Es gribu iet.

Pashto (ps) تلل غواړم./غواړم (چې) لارشم
Persian (fa) می​خواهم بروم.
Tajik (fa-TJ) Мехоҳам равам.
Sorani Kurdish (ku) دەمەوێ بچم / برۆم
Kurmanji Kurdish (ku) Ez dixwazim biçim.

Panjabi (pa) ਜਾਣਾ ਚਾਉਂਦਾ ਹਾਂ|

Basque (eu) Joan nahi dut.

Estonian (et) Ma tahan minna.
Finnish (fi) Haluan mennä.
Hungarian (hu) Akarok menni.

Azerbaijani (az) Getmək istəyirəm.
Kazakh (kk) Барғым келеді.
Turkish (tr) Gitmek istiyorum.
Turkmen (tk) Gitmek isleýärin.
Uzbek (uz) Bormoqchiman. (The suffix "-chiman" is added to the infinitive)

Amharic (am) መሄድ እፈልጋለሁ።
Arabic (ar) أريد أن أذهب.
Hebrew (he) אני רוצה ללכת.
Maltese (mt) Irrid immur.

Somali (so) Waxaan rabaa inaan tago. :?:

Hausa (ha) Ina so in je. :?:

Ndifuna kupita.
Igbo (ig) Achọrọ m iga. :?:
Shona (sn) Ndinoda kuenda.
Swahili (sw) Nataka kwenda.
Tswana (tn) Ke batla go ya. :?:
Xhosa (xh) Ndifuna ukuya.
Yoruba (yo) Mo fẹ́ lọ. :?:
Zulu (zu) Ngifuna ukuya.

Georgian (ka) წასვლა მინდა.

Korean (ko) 나는 가고 싶어요.

Chinese (zh) 我要去。 / 我想去。

Vietnamese (vi) Tôi muốn đi.

Japanese (ja) 私は行きたい。 (There's only one verb which transforms into an adjectival form (not exactly a participle) which implies desire)

Indonesian (id) Saya mau pergi.
Tagalog (tl) Ibig ko na magpatuloy.

Hawaiian (haw) Makemake au e hele.

ąmą́brį hkǫ́bra

[Mobilian Jargon]: eno aya banna

Esperanto (eo) Mi volas iri.
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Re: I want to go.

Postby Multiturquoise » 2014-07-30, 21:28

Yakut, Cherokee, Oromo

German (de) Ich will gehen.
English (en) I want to go.
Dutch (nl) Ik wil gaan.
Danish (da) Jeg vil gå.
Swedish (sv) Jag vill gå. (on foot) / Jag vill åka. (with a vehicle)
Bokmål (no-nb) Jeg vil gå.
Icelandic (is) Ég vil fara.
Faroese (fo) Eg vil fara.

lld (lld) Vue jì.
Catalan (ca) Hi vull anar. / Me'n vull anar.
Spanish (es) Quiero ir.
French (fr) Je veux aller.
Italian (it) Voglio andare.
Lombard (lmo) Voli andà.
Voueri andà.
Portuguese (pt) Quero ir.
Romanian (ro) Vreau să merg.

Belarusian (be) Хачу ісці.
Bosnian (bs) Želim ići.
Bulgarian (bg) Искам да отида.
Czech (cs) Chci jít.
Croatian (hr) Želim ići.
Polish (pl) Chcę iść.
Russian (ru) Я хочу идти.
Serbian (sr) Želim da idem. / Želim ići.
Slovak (sk) Chcem ísť.
Slovene (sl) Hočem iti.

Welsh (cy) Dw i eisiau mynd (Gog)/Rwy'n moyn mynd (Hwntw)
Irish (ga) Ba mhaith liom dul.
Scottish Gaelic (gd) Tha mi ag iarraidh dol.

Greek (el) Θέλω να πάω.

Albanian (sq) Dua të shkoj.

Lithuanian (lt) Aš noriu eiti.
Latvian (lv) Es gribu iet.

Pashto (ps) تلل غواړم./غواړم (چې) لارشم
Persian (fa) می​خواهم بروم.
Tajik (fa-TJ) Мехоҳам равам.
Sorani Kurdish (ku) دەمەوێ بچم / برۆم
Kurmanji Kurdish (ku) Ez dixwazim biçim.

Hindi (hi) मैं जाना चाहता हूँ। (male), मैं जाना चाहती हूँ। (female)
Panjabi (pa) ਜਾਣਾ ਚਾਉਂਦਾ ਹਾਂ|

Basque (eu) Joan nahi dut.

Estonian (et) Ma tahan minna.
Finnish (fi) Haluan mennä.
Hungarian (hu) Akarok menni.

Azerbaijani (az) Getmək istəyirəm.
Turkish (tr) Gitmek istiyorum.
Turkmen (tk) Gitmek isleýärin.

Kazakh (kk) Барғым келеді.

Uzbek (uz) Bormoqchiman. (The suffix "-chiman" is added to the infinitive)

Yakut (sah) Барыахпын баҕарабын.

Amharic (am) መሄድ እፈልጋለሁ።
Arabic (ar) أريد أن أذهب.
Hebrew (he) אני רוצה ללכת.
Maltese (mt) Irrid immur.

Oromo (om) Deemuu nan barbada.
Somali (so) Waxaan rabaa inaan tago. :?:

Hausa (ha) Ina so in je. :?:

Ndifuna kupita.
Igbo (ig) Achọrọ m iga. :?:
Shona (sn) Ndinoda kuenda.
Swahili (sw) Nataka kwenda.
Tswana (tn) Ke batla go ya. :?:
Xhosa (xh) Ndifuna ukuya.
Yoruba (yo) Mo fẹ́ lọ. :?:
Zulu (zu) Ngifuna ukuya.

Georgian (ka) მინდა წავიდე.

Korean (ko) 나는 가고 싶어요.

Chinese (zh) 我要去。 / 我想去。

Vietnamese (vi) Tôi muốn đi.

Japanese (ja) 私は行きたい。 (There's only one verb which transforms into an adjectival form (not exactly a participle) which implies desire)

Indonesian (id) Saya mau pergi.
Tagalog (tl) Ibig ko na magpatuloy.

Hawaiian (haw) Makemake au e hele.

ąmą́brį hkǫ́bra

[Mobilian Jargon]: eno aya banna

Cherokee (chr) ᎠᏇᏅᏍᏗ ᎠᏆᏚᎵ.

Esperanto (eo) Mi volas iri.
native: (tr)
advanced: (en) (el)
intermediate: (fr) (de)
current focuses: (sq)

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Re: I want to go.

Postby aldar » 2021-08-28, 16:38

Upper Sorbian, Romani

German (de) Ich will gehen.
English (en) I want to go.
Dutch (nl) Ik wil gaan.
Danish (da) Jeg vil gå.
Swedish (sv) Jag vill gå. (on foot) / Jag vill åka. (with a vehicle)
Bokmål (no-nb) Jeg vil gå.
Icelandic (is) Ég vil fara.
Faroese (fo) Eg vil fara.

lld (lld) Vue jì.
Catalan (ca) Hi vull anar. / Me'n vull anar.
Spanish (es) Quiero ir.
French (fr) Je veux aller.
Italian (it) Voglio andare.
Lombard (lmo) Voli andà.
Voueri andà.
Portuguese (pt) Quero ir.
Romanian (ro) Vreau să merg.

Belarusian (be) Хачу ісці.
Bosnian (bs) Želim ići.
Bulgarian (bg) Искам да отида.
Czech (cs) Chci jít.
Croatian (hr) Želim ići.
Polish (pl) Chcę iść.
Russian (ru) Я хочу идти.
Serbian (sr) Želim da idem. / Želim ići.
Slovak (sk) Chcem ísť.
Slovene (sl) Hočem iti.
Upper Sorbian (hsb) Chcu hić.

Welsh (cy) Dw i eisiau mynd (Gog)/Rwy'n moyn mynd (Hwntw)
Irish (ga) Ba mhaith liom dul.
Scottish Gaelic (gd) Tha mi ag iarraidh dol.

Greek (el) Θέλω να πάω.

Albanian (sq) Dua të shkoj.

Lithuanian (lt) Aš noriu eiti.
Latvian (lv) Es gribu iet.

Pashto (ps) تلل غواړم./غواړم (چې) لارشم
Persian (fa) می​خواهم بروم.
Tajik (fa-TJ) Мехоҳам равам.
Sorani Kurdish (ku) دەمەوێ بچم / برۆم
Kurmanji Kurdish (ku) Ez dixwazim biçim.

Hindi (hi) मैं जाना चाहता हूँ। (male), मैं जाना चाहती हूँ। (female)
Panjabi (pa) ਜਾਣਾ ਚਾਉਂਦਾ ਹਾਂ|
Romani (rom) Kamav te džal.

Basque (eu) Joan nahi dut.

Estonian (et) Ma tahan minna.
Finnish (fi) Haluan mennä.
Hungarian (hu) Akarok menni.

Azerbaijani (az) Getmək istəyirəm.
Turkish (tr) Gitmek istiyorum.
Turkmen (tk) Gitmek isleýärin.

Kazakh (kk) Барғым келеді.

Uzbek (uz) Bormoqchiman. (The suffix "-chiman" is added to the infinitive)

Yakut (sah) Барыахпын баҕарабын.

Amharic (am) መሄድ እፈልጋለሁ።
Arabic (ar) أريد أن أذهب.
Hebrew (he) אני רוצה ללכת.
Maltese (mt) Irrid immur.

Oromo (om) Deemuu nan barbada.
Somali (so) Waxaan rabaa inaan tago. :?:

Hausa (ha) Ina so in je. :?:

Ndifuna kupita.
Igbo (ig) Achọrọ m iga. :?:
Shona (sn) Ndinoda kuenda.
Swahili (sw) Nataka kwenda.
Tswana (tn) Ke batla go ya. :?:
Xhosa (xh) Ndifuna ukuya.
Yoruba (yo) Mo fẹ́ lọ. :?:
Zulu (zu) Ngifuna ukuya.

Georgian (ka) მინდა წავიდე.

Korean (ko) 나는 가고 싶어요.

Chinese (zh) 我要去。 / 我想去。

Vietnamese (vi) Tôi muốn đi.

Japanese (ja) 私は行きたい。 (There's only one verb which transforms into an adjectival form (not exactly a participle) which implies desire)

Indonesian (id) Saya mau pergi.
Tagalog (tl) Ibig ko na magpatuloy.

Hawaiian (haw) Makemake au e hele.

ąmą́brį hkǫ́bra

[Mobilian Jargon]: eno aya banna

Cherokee (chr) ᎠᏇᏅᏍᏗ ᎠᏆᏚᎵ.

Esperanto (eo) Mi volas iri.[/quote]

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Re: I want to go.

Postby Linguaphile » 2022-04-01, 4:40

+ Livonian, Votic, Võro, three varieties of Hmong

Multiturquoise wrote:Second verb is infinitive
Second verb is also conjugated
Second verb is a verbal noun
Second verb is in its base participle form
Second verb is not changed
Second verb is a gerund
Second verb is optative


German (de) Ich will gehen.
English (en) I want to go.
Dutch (nl) Ik wil gaan.
Danish (da) Jeg vil gå.
Swedish (sv) Jag vill gå. (on foot) / Jag vill åka. (with a vehicle)
Bokmål (no-nb) Jeg vil gå.
Icelandic (is) Ég vil fara.
Faroese (fo) Eg vil fara.

lld (lld) Vue jì.
Catalan (ca) Hi vull anar. / Me'n vull anar.
Spanish (es) Quiero ir.
French (fr) Je veux aller.
Italian (it) Voglio andare.
Lombard (lmo) Voli andà.
Voueri andà.
Portuguese (pt) Quero ir.
Romanian (ro) Vreau să merg.

Belarusian (be) Хачу ісці.
Bosnian (bs) Želim ići.
Bulgarian (bg) Искам да отида.
Czech (cs) Chci jít.
Croatian (hr) Želim ići.
Polish (pl) Chcę iść.
Russian (ru) Я хочу идти.
Serbian (sr) Želim da idem. / Želim ići.
Slovak (sk) Chcem ísť.
Slovene (sl) Hočem iti.
Upper Sorbian (hsb) Chcu hić.

Welsh (cy) Dw i eisiau mynd (Gog)/Rwy'n moyn mynd (Hwntw)
Irish (ga) Ba mhaith liom dul.
Scottish Gaelic (gd) Tha mi ag iarraidh dol.

Greek (el) Θέλω να πάω.

Albanian (sq) Dua të shkoj.

Lithuanian (lt) Aš noriu eiti.
Latvian (lv) Es gribu iet.

Pashto (ps) تلل غواړم./غواړم (چې) لارشم
Persian (fa) می​خواهم بروم.
Tajik (fa-TJ) Мехоҳам равам.
Sorani Kurdish (ku) دەمەوێ بچم / برۆم
Kurmanji Kurdish (ku) Ez dixwazim biçim.

Hindi (hi) मैं जाना चाहता हूँ। (male), मैं जाना चाहती हूँ। (female)
Panjabi (pa) ਜਾਣਾ ਚਾਉਂਦਾ ਹਾਂ|
Romani (rom) Kamav te džal.

Basque (eu) Joan nahi dut.

Estonian (et) Ma tahan minna.
Finnish (fi) Haluan mennä.
Hungarian (hu) Akarok menni.
Livonian (liv) Ma tǭb lǟdõ.
Votic (vot) Miä tahon mennä.
Võro (vro) Ma taha minnäq.

Azerbaijani (az) Getmək istəyirəm.
Turkish (tr) Gitmek istiyorum.
Turkmen (tk) Gitmek isleýärin.

Kazakh (kk) Барғым келеді.

Uzbek (uz) Bormoqchiman. (The suffix "-chiman" is added to the infinitive)

Yakut (sah) Барыахпын баҕарабын.

Amharic (am) መሄድ እፈልጋለሁ።
Arabic (ar) أريد أن أذهب.
Hebrew (he) אני רוצה ללכת.
Maltese (mt) Irrid immur.

Oromo (om) Deemuu nan barbada.
Somali (so) Waxaan rabaa inaan tago. :?:

Hausa (ha) Ina so in je. :?:

Ndifuna kupita.
Igbo (ig) Achọrọ m iga. :?:
Shona (sn) Ndinoda kuenda.
Swahili (sw) Nataka kwenda.
Tswana (tn) Ke batla go ya. :?:
Xhosa (xh) Ndifuna ukuya.
Yoruba (yo) Mo fẹ́ lọ. :?:
Zulu (zu) Ngifuna ukuya.

Georgian (ka) მინდა წავიდე.

Korean (ko) 나는 가고 싶어요.

Chinese (zh) 我要去。 / 我想去。

Vietnamese (vi) Tôi muốn đi.

Hmong Daw (hmn) Kuv xav mus.
Hmong Njua (hmn) Kuv xaav moog.
Chuanqiandian Hmong (hmn) God sangd mol.

Japanese (ja) 私は行きたい。 (There's only one verb which transforms into an adjectival form (not exactly a participle) which implies desire)

Indonesian (id) Saya mau pergi.
Tagalog (tl) Ibig ko na magpatuloy.

Hawaiian (haw) Makemake au e hele.

ąmą́brį hkǫ́bra

[Mobilian Jargon]: eno aya banna

Cherokee (chr) ᎠᏇᏅᏍᏗ ᎠᏆᏚᎵ.

Esperanto (eo) Mi volas iri.

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Re: I want to go.

Postby h34 » 2022-04-01, 5:38

+ Meadow Mari. The verb "to go" appears in the desiderative mood, so there is no need for a second verb. I wasn't sure which colour to use and just underlined the infix -не- (which has a function similar to the Japanese たい/tai, as far as I know).

Multiturquoise wrote:Second verb is infinitive
Second verb is also conjugated
Second verb is a verbal noun
Second verb is in its base participle form
Second verb is not changed
Second verb is a gerund
Second verb is optative


German (de) Ich will gehen.
English (en) I want to go.
Dutch (nl) Ik wil gaan.
Danish (da) Jeg vil gå.
Swedish (sv) Jag vill gå. (on foot) / Jag vill åka. (with a vehicle)
Bokmål (no-nb) Jeg vil gå.
Icelandic (is) Ég vil fara.
Faroese (fo) Eg vil fara.

lld (lld) Vue jì.
Catalan (ca) Hi vull anar. / Me'n vull anar.
Spanish (es) Quiero ir.
French (fr) Je veux aller.
Italian (it) Voglio andare.
Lombard (lmo) Voli andà.
Voueri andà.
Portuguese (pt) Quero ir.
Romanian (ro) Vreau să merg.

Belarusian (be) Хачу ісці.
Bosnian (bs) Želim ići.
Bulgarian (bg) Искам да отида.
Czech (cs) Chci jít.
Croatian (hr) Želim ići.
Polish (pl) Chcę iść.
Russian (ru) Я хочу идти.
Serbian (sr) Želim da idem. / Želim ići.
Slovak (sk) Chcem ísť.
Slovene (sl) Hočem iti.
Upper Sorbian (hsb) Chcu hić.

Welsh (cy) Dw i eisiau mynd (Gog)/Rwy'n moyn mynd (Hwntw)
Irish (ga) Ba mhaith liom dul.
Scottish Gaelic (gd) Tha mi ag iarraidh dol.

Greek (el) Θέλω να πάω.

Albanian (sq) Dua të shkoj.

Lithuanian (lt) Aš noriu eiti.
Latvian (lv) Es gribu iet.

Pashto (ps) تلل غواړم./غواړم (چې) لارشم
Persian (fa) می​خواهم بروم.
Tajik (fa-TJ) Мехоҳам равам.
Sorani Kurdish (ku) دەمەوێ بچم / برۆم
Kurmanji Kurdish (ku) Ez dixwazim biçim.

Hindi (hi) मैं जाना चाहता हूँ। (male), मैं जाना चाहती हूँ। (female)
Panjabi (pa) ਜਾਣਾ ਚਾਉਂਦਾ ਹਾਂ|
Romani (rom) Kamav te džal.

Basque (eu) Joan nahi dut.

Estonian (et) Ma tahan minna.
Finnish (fi) Haluan mennä.
Hungarian (hu) Akarok menni.
Livonian (liv) Ma tǭb lǟdõ.
(mhr) Мый кайынем (I want to go). / Мый лекнем (I want to go/leave).
Votic (vot) Miä tahon mennä.
Võro (vro) Ma taha minnäq.

Azerbaijani (az) Getmək istəyirəm.
Turkish (tr) Gitmek istiyorum.
Turkmen (tk) Gitmek isleýärin.

Kazakh (kk) Барғым келеді.

Uzbek (uz) Bormoqchiman. (The suffix "-chiman" is added to the infinitive)

Yakut (sah) Барыахпын баҕарабын.

Amharic (am) መሄድ እፈልጋለሁ።
Arabic (ar) أريد أن أذهب.
Hebrew (he) אני רוצה ללכת.
Maltese (mt) Irrid immur.

Oromo (om) Deemuu nan barbada.
Somali (so) Waxaan rabaa inaan tago. :?:

Hausa (ha) Ina so in je. :?:

Ndifuna kupita.
Igbo (ig) Achọrọ m iga. :?:
Shona (sn) Ndinoda kuenda.
Swahili (sw) Nataka kwenda.
Tswana (tn) Ke batla go ya. :?:
Xhosa (xh) Ndifuna ukuya.
Yoruba (yo) Mo fẹ́ lọ. :?:
Zulu (zu) Ngifuna ukuya.

Georgian (ka) მინდა წავიდე.

Korean (ko) 나는 가고 싶어요.

Chinese (zh) 我要去。 / 我想去。

Vietnamese (vi) Tôi muốn đi.

Hmong Daw (hmn) Kuv xav mus.
Hmong Njua (hmn) Kuv xaav moog.
Chuanqiandian Hmong (hmn) God sangd mol.

Japanese (ja) 私は行きたい。 (There's only one verb which transforms into an adjectival form (not exactly a participle) which implies desire)

Indonesian (id) Saya mau pergi.
Tagalog (tl) Ibig ko na magpatuloy.

Hawaiian (haw) Makemake au e hele.

ąmą́brį hkǫ́bra

[Mobilian Jargon]: eno aya banna

Cherokee (chr) ᎠᏇᏅᏍᏗ ᎠᏆᏚᎵ.

Esperanto (eo) Mi volas iri.

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Re: I want to go.

Postby aldar » 2022-08-17, 14:41

Lower Sorbian

Multiturquoise wrote:Second verb is infinitive
Second verb is also conjugated
Second verb is a verbal noun
Second verb is in its base participle form
Second verb is not changed
Second verb is a gerund
Second verb is optative


German (de) Ich will gehen.
English (en) I want to go.
Dutch (nl) Ik wil gaan.
Danish (da) Jeg vil gå.
Swedish (sv) Jag vill gå. (on foot) / Jag vill åka. (with a vehicle)
Bokmål (no-nb) Jeg vil gå.
Icelandic (is) Ég vil fara.
Faroese (fo) Eg vil fara.

lld (lld) Vue jì.
Catalan (ca) Hi vull anar. / Me'n vull anar.
Spanish (es) Quiero ir.
French (fr) Je veux aller.
Italian (it) Voglio andare.
Lombard (lmo) Voli andà.
Voueri andà.
Portuguese (pt) Quero ir.
Romanian (ro) Vreau să merg.

Belarusian (be) Хачу ісці.
Bosnian (bs) Želim ići.
Bulgarian (bg) Искам да отида.
Czech (cs) Chci jít.
Croatian (hr) Želim ići.
Lower Sorbian (dsb) Cu hyś.
Polish (pl) Chcę iść.
Russian (ru) Я хочу идти.
Serbian (sr) Želim da idem. / Želim ići.
Slovak (sk) Chcem ísť.
Slovene (sl) Hočem iti.
Upper Sorbian (hsb) Chcu hić.

Welsh (cy) Dw i eisiau mynd (Gog)/Rwy'n moyn mynd (Hwntw)
Irish (ga) Ba mhaith liom dul.
Scottish Gaelic (gd) Tha mi ag iarraidh dol.

Greek (el) Θέλω να πάω.

Albanian (sq) Dua të shkoj.

Lithuanian (lt) Aš noriu eiti.
Latvian (lv) Es gribu iet.

Pashto (ps) تلل غواړم./غواړم (چې) لارشم
Persian (fa) می​خواهم بروم.
Tajik (fa-TJ) Мехоҳам равам.
Sorani Kurdish (ku) دەمەوێ بچم / برۆم
Kurmanji Kurdish (ku) Ez dixwazim biçim.

Hindi (hi) मैं जाना चाहता हूँ। (male), मैं जाना चाहती हूँ। (female)
Panjabi (pa) ਜਾਣਾ ਚਾਉਂਦਾ ਹਾਂ|
Romani (rom) Kamav te džal.

Basque (eu) Joan nahi dut.

Estonian (et) Ma tahan minna.
Finnish (fi) Haluan mennä.
Hungarian (hu) Akarok menni.
Livonian (liv) Ma tǭb lǟdõ.
(mhr) Мый кайынем (I want to go). / Мый лекнем (I want to go/leave).
Votic (vot) Miä tahon mennä.
Võro (vro) Ma taha minnäq.

Azerbaijani (az) Getmək istəyirəm.
Turkish (tr) Gitmek istiyorum.
Turkmen (tk) Gitmek isleýärin.

Kazakh (kk) Барғым келеді.

Uzbek (uz) Bormoqchiman. (The suffix "-chiman" is added to the infinitive)

Yakut (sah) Барыахпын баҕарабын.

Amharic (am) መሄድ እፈልጋለሁ።
Arabic (ar) أريد أن أذهب.
Hebrew (he) אני רוצה ללכת.
Maltese (mt) Irrid immur.

Oromo (om) Deemuu nan barbada.
Somali (so) Waxaan rabaa inaan tago. :?:

Hausa (ha) Ina so in je. :?:

Ndifuna kupita.
Igbo (ig) Achọrọ m iga. :?:
Shona (sn) Ndinoda kuenda.
Swahili (sw) Nataka kwenda.
Tswana (tn) Ke batla go ya. :?:
Xhosa (xh) Ndifuna ukuya.
Yoruba (yo) Mo fẹ́ lọ. :?:
Zulu (zu) Ngifuna ukuya.

Georgian (ka) მინდა წავიდე.

Korean (ko) 나는 가고 싶어요.

Chinese (zh) 我要去。 / 我想去。

Vietnamese (vi) Tôi muốn đi.

Hmong Daw (hmn) Kuv xav mus.
Hmong Njua (hmn) Kuv xaav moog.
Chuanqiandian Hmong (hmn) God sangd mol.

Japanese (ja) 私は行きたい。 (There's only one verb which transforms into an adjectival form (not exactly a participle) which implies desire)

Indonesian (id) Saya mau pergi.
Tagalog (tl) Ibig ko na magpatuloy.

Hawaiian (haw) Makemake au e hele.

ąmą́brį hkǫ́bra

[Mobilian Jargon]: eno aya banna

Cherokee (chr) ᎠᏇᏅᏍᏗ ᎠᏆᏚᎵ.

Esperanto (eo) Mi volas iri.[/quote]


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