Would you use I want so much in Spain? It seems to have been introduced so early, yet in Britain, we always say I want don't get! (I know that's terrible grammar!) but it's because we want our kids to use a more polite form of asking. Does this also apply in Spanish speaking countries?
Oliver twist but from a parrel world where every one asks for less! Don don dooooooonnnnnnm!
If you have had the gazpacho fron Cordoba, there is no chance you want less! Briiiing it!
'Quiero' means 'I want'. 'I need' is 'necesito'. They are not necesarily the same.
Said no one ever (except maybe that kid in the Senor Wooly video "Pan" lol: "COMETELA SOPA")
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