"I want to eat two sandwiches."
Translation:Quiero comer dos sándwiches.
I thought tortas was cakes never heard it for sandwiches thanks for the new word lol
They say "torta" in México but I'm not sure how widespread that word is in other Spanish-speaking countries.
"Torta" where I live is cake and sandwich still doesn't have a non spanglish translation we just add an é at the end "sandwiche"
"Quiero que" is for "I want (that something might happen)".
To say "I want to (do something)" you use quiero + infinitive.
Quiero comer = I want to eat.
Quiero cantar = I want to sing.
Quiero dormir = I want to sleep.
comer rather than como is because of the word Quiero starting the sentence.correct?
Yes. You only conjugate the first verb and the second verb you leave in the infinitive.
It's not accepting Quiero comerme 2 sándwiches Nov-2018