Ovviamente si possono utilizzare i verbi to
want to, to wish, to desire, to hope per
descrivere ciò che si vuole. Ma si può
anche ricorrere anche a un verbo ausiliare, che così
perde completamente il proprio valore
Will you come to my place and have a cup of tea?
I would go to the Carribbean, if I had the money.
He would rather be outside and enjoy the sun instead of being at work.
like to (querer)
She would like to buy milk, eggs and some vegetables.
Con verbi pieni modali si descrivono desideri in questo modo.
to want to
We always wanted to go to Italy and last year we finally made it.
I wish I was rich!
to be willing to
They all are willing to help us.
to insist on
Despite the good results the trainer insisted on more training.