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I'd like to change my seat.
I'd like a glass of water.
I'd like some water.
Men will not look at things as they really are, but as they wish them to be.
I want something dry.
Parents hope their children will become independent as soon as possible.
I would like you to behave yourself at table.
We want you to behave yourself during meals.
There is plenty of food left if you'd like some.
I want you to have a definite plan before you leave.
Do you want me to give you a hand?
Do you want a car?
Cross out any words that you do not wish the examiner to read.
I need some paper.
I want some paper.
I want somebody to talk to.
I'm dying for a cold drink.
I want to live.
I want my father to see the movie.
I don't care for wealth and fame.

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