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Want to + verb #1 (permalink) Thu Jun 16, 2005 11:12 am   Want to + verb
 

Test No. errors/inter-13 "Learning new words", question 3

When you want learn English it's important to learn new words but even more important are the learning techniques that help you memorize new vocabulary.

(a) want learn
(b) to learn
(c) more important
(d) memorize

Test No. errors/inter-13 "Learning new words", answer 3

When you want to learn English it's important to learn new words but even more important are the learning techniques that help you memorize new vocabulary.

Correct entry: want to learn
The error was: (a) want learn
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want to learn is it true..
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Want to + verb #2 (permalink) Fri Jun 17, 2005 10:43 am   Want to + verb
 

Yes, want to learn is correct:

want to + verb
(I want to learn English.
She wants to find a new job.
The government wants to introduce its new EU policy
.)

or

want + object
(I want a new car.
They Chinese factor workers want more money.
Why do you want another TV set?
)

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