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Querer Present Tense

Delve into the passionate world of “querer” in the present tense, a verb that conveys desire and affection in Spanish! Our platform offers an extensive verb chart, hands-on conjugation tools, exciting games, and everyday sentences with “querer.” Explore more about Spanish verbs. Perfect your use of “querer” by practicing on our querer conjugation page.

Verb Meaning(s): to want

Verb Chart: Querer Present Tense



I want
I do want
I am wanting



we want
we do want
we are wanting

(Juana, Juan)


you want
you do want
you are wanting


(informal Spain)


you all want
you all do want
you all are wanting


(Sra./Dr. García)


he/she/you want
he/she/you do want
he/she/you are wanting



they/you all want
they/you all do want
they/you all are wanting

Querer Present Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

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Conjugation Practice

Present Tense

Querer Present Sentence Examples

1. Yo quiero viajar a Europa.
I want to travel to Europe.
2. Tú quieres un helado.
You want an ice cream.
3. Él quiere ser médico.
He wants to be a doctor.
4. Ella quiere aprender a bailar.
She wants to learn to dance.
5. Usted quiere un café.
You (formal) want a coffee.
6. Nosotros queremos paz.
We want peace.
7. Vosotros queréis ir al cine. (used only in Spain)
You all want to go to the cinema.
8. Ellos quieren comprar una casa.
They want to buy a house.
9. Ellas quieren tener éxito en sus carreras.
They (feminine) want to succeed in their careers.
10. Ustedes quieren una solución.
You all want a solution.