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I need you to pick me up at 4:30 pm #1 (permalink) Wed May 09, 2012 8:05 am   I need you to pick me up at 4:30 pm
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #218 "Non-Action Verbs (3)", question 5

I ......... you to pick me up at 4:30 pm tomorrow.

(a) needs
(b) need
(c) wants
(d) have

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #218 "Non-Action Verbs (3)", answer 5

I need you to pick me up at 4:30 pm tomorrow.

Correct answer: (b) need

Your answer was: incorrect
I wants you to pick me up at 4:30 pm tomorrow.
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Hi all,
I just wonder why it can't be want?
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I need you to pick me up at 4:30 pm #2 (permalink) Wed May 09, 2012 12:32 pm   I need you to pick me up at 4:30 pm
 

But "want" isn't among the choices.
You can't say "I wants".
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I need you to pick me up at 4:30 pm #3 (permalink) Wed May 09, 2012 16:23 pm   I need you to pick me up at 4:30 pm
 

yes, you are right.
Thanks
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