Volere Conjugation is considered as an essential and useful verb that can be found in most Italian daily conversations.
What does Volere means?
The Italian verb volere is mainly used to express will, expectation, intention, demand and wish. Volere means that you want to reach a goal, to achieve something or to complete an action; It also means to be eager to do something (and in this case you can also use the expression avere voglia+infinitive) or for someone else to do something. Being a modal verb, it is generally followed by an infinitive verb.
Here there are some examples:
Vuoi una tazza di tè o di caffè?
Do you want a cup of tea or coffee?
Giulia e Marta vogliono andare a Roma questo weekend.
Giulia and Marta want to go to Rome this weekend.
As you may have noticed, volere principally translates the English verb to want.
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