in the UK people would say - 'I want a family' no need for '..to have...'
I was marked wrong for this.
I want a family
Misses the verb.
would chce mam rodzine work by any chance?
never. you have to use infinitive or a noun after chcieć.
No. If what you want is a verb, then the verb needs to be in an infinitive form.
Correction was: I wanna have family! LOL ha ha ha
So, does this mean Polish doesn't have any subjunctive verbs?
I'm not sure why you're asking about that here (but maybe I'm just too tired), could you specify what verb would you expect here?
Wanna is a bad contraction of want to
Yeah, but people use it relatively common, so it seems acceptable.
Only in spoken English.
I don't think it's a good idea – if you accept 'wanna', what about 'gonna', 'gimme' etc.?
Luckily they don't ask for those ;)