Talking about future desires with 'want to'

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Level: Beginner
Topic: General
Grammar Topic: Verbs and Tenses
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Published: 20th Apr 2016

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Want to for talking about future desires and places vocabulary

Try to get a “Yes, I do” answer from your partner with a “Do you want…?” question like 
those below. If they say “Yes” you get one point, but if they say 
“No, I don’t” you get no 
points. 

Do you want to

buy…
change… 
cook (…)
do…
drink (…)
eat (…)
fly (to…)
get…
go… ing
go to…
have…
learn…
leave…
listen to…
make…
meet…
play…
read (…)
ride…
see…
sleep
start…
study (…)
talk to…
use…
visit…
watch…
wear…

now
today
this evening
at… (o’clock)
tomorrow
the day after tomorrow
on …day
this week
this month
this year
next year
in 20…

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2016

Play the same game but pretending you are in another place. Imagine that it is the same 
time as it really is now and that you feel the same way that you really feel now. The person
who will answer the questions can choose what place they are in. 

I’m

in a sports shop
in a swimming pool
in front of a lake
in front of the (rubbish) bin
in front of the kitchen cupboard
in front of the fridge
in front of the whiteboard
in front of the window
in the airport
in the bath
in the bathroom
in the bedroom
in the cafeteria
in the cinema (= in the movie theater)
in the dining room
in the garage
in the garden
in the gym
in the kitchen
in the library
in the living room
in the park
in the post office
in the shower
in the supermarket
in the zoo
next to a bus stop
on a bicycle
on a farm
on a mountain
on a plane
on a ship
on a train
on the beach
on the sofa
under a tree

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2016

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