To want somebody to do something

To want somebody to do something

Si queremos que alguien haga algo utilizamos la estructura sujeto + want (somebody/pronombre acusativo) + to do + (something). She doesn't want us to call her.

Usamos "want somebody to do" para expresar lo que esperamos que otras personas hagan, cómo esperamos que ellas se comporten o lo que nos gustaría que hagan. Se forma con "want + object + to infinitive".
  • I don't want her to call me.
    No quiero que ella me llame.
  • The teacher wants every student to study hard.
    La profesora quiere que todos los alumnos estudien mucho.
  • Some men don't want their wives to work.
    Algunos hombres no quieren que sus esposas trabajen.
  • My parents wanted me to go to Law school.
    Mis padres querían que yo estudiara derecho.
  • I didn't want Phil to find out.
    Yo no quería que Phil se enterara.
  • We have always wanted our children to tell the truth.
    Siempre quisimos que nuestros hijos dijeran la verdad.
  • Sarah has never wanted us to be together.
    Sara nunca quiso que estuviéramos juntos.
  • I had wanted him to stop working during the night.
    Yo había querido que dejara de trabajar durante la noche.
  • Mr. Collins had never wanted his daughter to go to town.
    El señor Collins nunca había querido que su hija fuera a la ciudad.
  • One day you'll want everything to end.
    Un día querrás que todo termine.
  • Charles must want his girlfriend to come back.
    Charles debe de querer que su novia vuelva.
  • The president wants us to believe him.
    El presidente quiere que le creamos.