They belong to the two different 'you' conjugation forms, tú and usted.
tú quieres, usted quiere
Here's a useful guide as to when you should use tú or usted:
Yikes! I'm so glad I'm not in this alone. Practice everyday at least an hour or more but still discouraged when something just doesn't sink in. Thanks for tips and support.
Stick with it!! You'll get there! And what you dont understand, just ask Google! It knows EVERYTHING! Good Luck!
spiceyokooko...thank you. I'm trying hard to learn this language on my own.
I too am learning this on my own and had the same question, your not on your own with this one
I wonder if "would you like some water" would work, given it's the same idea.
My answer was marked wrong even though I had the given answer. Not able to report it either.
Why isn't this Quieres tú agua? There was a pervious question that was Sinor, quieres usted agua?