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

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
1. "вы хотите" sounds like "vi khotite," which can be broken down into "vi" (you all/you formal) and "khotite" (want).
2. Remember that "вы" is the formal or plural "you," while "хотите" comes from the verb "хотеть" (to want).

"вы хотите" is the second person plural or formal singular form of the verb "хотеть," which means "to want" in Russian.

Other words that mean the same thing:
1. желать (zhelat') – to wish, to desire
2. нуждаться (nuzhdat'sya) – to need (though this is more about necessity than want)

Different conjugations of "хотеть":
– Infinitive: хотеть (khotet')
– Present tense:
– Я хочу (ya khochu) – I want
– Ты хочешь (ty khochesh') – You want (singular, informal)
– Он/она/оно хочет (on/ona/ono khochet) – He/she/it wants
– Мы хотим (my khotim) – We want
– Вы хотите (vy khotite) – You want (plural/formal)
– Они хотят (oni khotyat) – They want

– Past tense:
– Я хотел/хотела (ya khotel/khotela) – I wanted (m/f)
– Ты хотел/хотела (ty khotel/khotela) – You wanted (m/f)
– Он хотел (on khotel) – He wanted
– Она хотела (ona khotela) – She wanted
– Оно хотело (ono khotelo) – It wanted
– Мы хотели (my khoteli) – We wanted
– Вы хотели (vy khoteli) – You wanted (plural/formal)
– Они хотели (oni khoteli) – They wanted

– Future tense (perfective aspect):
– Я захочу (ya zakhochu) – I will want
– Ты захочешь (ty zakhochesh’) – You will want
– 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
– Они захотят (oni zakhotyat) – They will want

Examples of sentences:
1. Вы хотите чаю? (vy khotite chayu?) – Do you want some tea?
2. Вы хотите увидеть фильм? (vy khotite uvidet' fil'm?) – Do you want to see the movie?
3. Вы хотите гулять? (vy khotite gulyat'?) – Do you want to take a walk?

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вы хотите info.

Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
– "Вы хотите" can be broken down into two parts: "вы" (vy) means "you (plural or formal)" and "хотите" (khotiTe) means "want."
– To remember "хотите" (khotiTe), note that the "х" sound is like the "ch" in "Bach," and "тите" (tiTe) is somewhat like saying "tee-teh."
– You can visualize "I want tea" as a mnemonic for "хотите," considering English "want" and Russian "хотите" both express a desire.

– "Вы" (vy) is the formal or plural form for "you."
– "Хотите" (khotiTe) is the second person plural/formal conjugation of the verb "хотеть" (khoTEt') which means "to want."

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– "Ты хочешь" (ty khochesh') – Informal you want.
– "Он/она хочет" (on/ona khoCHET) – He/she wants.
– "Мы хотим" (my khaTEEM) – We want.
– "Они хотят" (ani khaTYAT) – They want.

Conjugations of "хотеть" (khoTEt'):
– Infinitive: хотеть (khoTEt') – to want
– Present Tense:
– Я хочу (ya khaCHU) – I want
– Ты хочешь (ty khoCHESH') – You (informal) want
– Он/она хочет (on/ona khoCHET) – He/she wants
– Мы хотим (my khaTEEM) – We want
– Вы хотите (vy khotiTE) – You (formal/plural) want
– Они хотят (ani khaTYAT) – They want
– Past Tense:
– Я хотел(а) (ya khaTYEL(la)) – I wanted (male/female)
– Ты хотел(а) (ty khaTYEL(la)) – You (informal) wanted (male/female)
– Он/она хотел(а) (on/ona khaTYEL(la)) – He/she wanted
– Мы хотели (my khaTYELI) – We wanted
– Вы хотели (vy khaTYELI) – You (formal/plural) wanted
– Они хотели (ani khaTYELI) – They wanted
– Future Tense:
– Я буду хотеть (ya BUdu choTEt') – I will want
– Ты будешь хотеть (ty BUdyesh' choTEt') – You (informal) will want
– Он/она будет хотеть (on/ona BUdyet choTEt') – He/she will want
– Мы будем хотеть (my BUdyem choTEt') – We will want
– Вы будете хотеть (vy BUdyetye choTEt') – You (formal/plural) will want
– Они будут хотеть (ani BUdut choTEt') – They will want

Examples of Sentences:
– Вы хотите пить? (Vy khotiTE pit'?) – Do you want to drink?
– Вы хотите пойти в кино? (Vy khotiTE paiTY vee KEEnoh?) – Do you want to go to the cinema?
– Вы хотите попробовать? (Vy khotiTE paPRObavat'?) – Do you want to try?
– Что вы хотите есть? (Chto vy khotiTE yest'?) – What do you want to eat?
– Вы хотите отдыхать? (Vy khotiTE otdeeKHAT'?) – Do you want to rest?

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вы хотите info.

Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "вы хотите" can be broken down into "вы" (you, plural or formal) and "хотите" (want).
– "хотите" sounds somewhat like "hot tea" which you might want.

– "вы" is the formal or plural form of "you".
– "хотите" is the second person plural or formal singular form of "хотеть", the verb 'to want'.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– желать (zhelat') – to wish/desire
– стремиться (stre'mitsya) – to strive

Conjugations of хотеть:
– Infinitive: хотеть (kho-tet')
– Past Tense:
– я хотел/хотела (ya kho-tel' / kho-te-la) – I wanted (male/female)
– ты хотел/хотела (ty kho-tel' / kho-te-la) – you wanted (male/female)
– он хотел (on kho-tel') – he wanted
– она хотела (ona kho-te-la) – she wanted
– мы хотели (my kho-te-li) – we wanted
– вы хотели (vy kho-te-li) – you wanted (plural/formal)
– они хотели (oni kho-te-li) – they wanted
– Present Tense:
– я хочу (ya kho-chu) – I want
– ты хочешь (ty kho-chesh) – you want
– он/она хочет (on/a kho-chet) – he/she wants
– мы хотим (my kho-tim) – we want
– вы хотите (vy kho-ti-te) – you want (plural/formal)
– они хотят (oni kho-tyat) – they want
– Future Tense:
– я буду хотеть (ya bu-du kho-tet') – I will want
– ты будешь хотеть (ty bu-desh' kho-tet') – you will want
– он/она будет хотеть (on/a bu-det kho-tet') – he/she will want
– мы будем хотеть (my bu-dem kho-tet') – we will want
– вы будете хотеть (vy bu-de-te kho-tet') – you will want (plural/formal)
– они будут хотеть (oni bu-dut kho-tet') – they will want

Example sentences:
– Вы хотите чай? (Vy kho-ti-te chai?) – Do you want tea?
– Что вы хотите делать сегодня? (Chto vy kho-ti-te de-lat' se-vo-dnya?) – What do you want to do today?
– Вы хотите поехать в город? (Vy kho-ti-te po-e-khat' v go-rod?) – Do you want to go to the city?

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Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
1. Phonetic Similarity: Think of "вы" (vy) as "we", though it means "you" in plural or polite form. "Хотите" (khoteete) sounds somewhat like "hottie", making it easier to remember when you put them together: "Vy khoteete" – you want.
2. Visualize a Scenario: Imagine you are at a restaurant with friends, and the waiter asks, "Вы хотите десерт?" (Do you want dessert?). The polite and plural form can be visualized in such social contexts.

– "Вы" (vy) is the plural form of "you" or the formal singular "you".
– "Хотите" (khoteete) is the present tense form of the verb "хотеть" (khotet'), meaning "to want".

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– "Желаете" (zhelaete) – a more formal or polite way of saying "want" or "wish".

If it is Infinitive then give the different conjugations (past, present, future, etc.):
– Infinitive: Хотеть (khotet') – to want
– Past:
– Masculine: Хотел (khotel)
– Feminine: Хотела (khotela)
– Neuter: Хотело (khotelo)
– Plural: Хотели (khoteli)
– Present:
– I want: Я хочу (Ya khochu)
– You (singular) want: Ты хочешь (Ty khochesh')
– He/She/It wants: Он/Она/Оно хочет (On/Ona/Ono khochet)
– We want: Мы хотим (My khotim)
– You (plural/formal) want: Вы хотите (Vy khoteete)
– They want: Они хотят (Oni khotyat)
– Future:
– I will want: Я буду хотеть (Ya budu khotet')
– You (singular) will want: Ты будешь хотеть (Ty budesh' khotet')
– He/She/It will want: Он/Она/Оно будет хотеть (On/Ona/Ono budet khotet')
– We will want: Мы будем хотеть (My budem khotet')
– You (plural/formal) will want: Вы будете хотеть (Vy budete khotet')
– They will want: Они будут хотеть (Oni budut khotet')

Examples of Sentences:
1. Present Tense:
– "Вы хотите чая?" (Vy khoteete chaya?) – "Do you want some tea?"
2. Past Tense:
– "Они хотели пойти в кино." (Oni khoteli poyti v kino.) – "They wanted to go to the cinema."
3. Future Tense:
– "Мы будем хотеть узнать правду." (My budem khotet' uznat' pravdu.) – "We will want to know the truth."

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