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To want/feel like in Russian 🇷🇺

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to want/feel like захотеть
How to say “to want/feel like” in Russian? “Захотеть”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “захотеть” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to want/feel like in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
To remember "захотеть" you might break it down into recognizable parts:
– "за-" can mean various things but often conveys a beginning or intensifying of an action.
– "хотеть" (to want).

The word "захотеть" specifically means "to suddenly have the desire to do something" or "to feel like doing something". It's an aspect of the verb "хотеть" (to want).

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "желать" (zhelat') – to wish, to desire.

"захотеть" is the perfective aspect and thus doesn't have a present tense form. It indicates a completed action.
– Infinitive: захотеть (zakhotet')
– Past:
– я захотел / я захотела (ya zakhotel / ya zakhotela) – I wanted (male/female)
– ты захотел / ты захотела (ty zakhotel / ty zakhotela) – you wanted (informal male/female)
– он захотел / она захотела (on zakhotel / ona zakhotela) – he wanted / she wanted
– мы захотели (my zakhoteli) – we wanted
– вы захотели (vy zakhoteli) – you wanted (formal/plural)
– они захотели (oni zakhoteli) – they wanted
– Future:
– я захочу (ya zakhachu) – I will want
– ты захочешь (ty zakhocesh') – you will want (informal)
– он/она/оно захочет (on/ona/ono zakhochet) – he/she/it will want
– мы захотим (my zakhotim) – we will want
– вы захотите (vy zakhotite) – you will want (formal/plural)
– они захотят (oni zakhotyat) – they will want

Examples of sentences:
– Я вдруг захотел пить. (Ya vdrug zakhotel pit') – I suddenly felt like drinking.
– Она захотела пойти в кино. (Ona zakhotela poyti v kino) – She felt like going to the movies.
– Ты захочешь это сделать завтра. (Ty zakhocesh' eto sdelat' zavtra) – You will want to do it tomorrow.
– Они захотят узнать правду. (Oni zakhotyat uznat' pravdu) – They will want to know the truth.

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