What's the difference between 'quiero' and 'quiere'?
Quiero = I want
Quiere = he, she wants, you (formal) want
Quiero is used for 1st person(me)
Quiere is used for the 3rd person(sir, ma'am,)
Quieres is used for "you"
i don't know! i hopped on here to ask that same question
Yo quiero= I want, el quiere= he wants
Can i use mucho istead of mas?
No. Mucho is for many, a lot of, "más" is for more than you have.
Yo quiero maspan
And got it wrong
It says the right answer is "deseo" new word!
And we haven't learned that on yet so Im confused as well
is it common to say i want something, or is ther a different way to say it when you are talking to someone who is older than you for example.
Yeah, "deseo". See above.
usually you would leave out this "yo" before the verb, unless it is a sentence that indicates the diffrence to another actor; like: Tú estás contento pero yo queiro más pan.
deseo is I wish, which i havent learned yet. Im assuming that deser is to wish or to desire
Adjectives can be moved in the sentence so it can be Yo quiero pan más as well.
Why is "más" in front of "bread" when typically adjectives come after the noun they are describing? Basically, why is it "más pan" instead of "pan más" ?
How much bread will you eat???
Since last three questions I'm listening yo quiero mas pan.... El quiere mas pan