ASK A QUESTION ¿Cómo se dice "I want you to be my boyfriend" en español?
¿Cómo se dice "I want you to be my boyfriend" en español? O "I want to be your girlfriend en español?
Haha, now I will know what this means if a girl asks me this!
Quiero que seas mi novio. (make sure that he knows that you mean boytoy, er, boyfriend, as that could be construed as a marriage proposal).
"seas" is the present tense of the subjunctive mood. Using the subjunctive says something like "I wish you were my girl friend" instead of "You are my girl friend." It's a way to talk about something that isn't necessarily true yet.
Oh my goodness...I feel as if I've learned a full lesson on this subject.
Quiero que tú ser mi novio.
Haha That's really funny!
Ohhh never mind I didn't see your answer there...I had to edit the question "why do you put que after quiero.
Quiero que...different subject
I want you to be...
quiero que tú seas....
Quiero+verb, same subject
Quiero ser tu novia. I want to be your girl.
Quisera ser lo tuyo. Me gusta andar contigo. In that sense of andar contigo, that's a real big context thing. If we were talking about where our relationship goes from here y tu mi digas a me, yo quiero andar contigo, I would hear it as "I want to go with you" or I want to be your romantic interest.
Thank you Heidita, as I am really trying to get my grammar better
Okay, another question...what does "seas" mean? It's in gfreed's answer
what does "seas" mean
Seas is subjunctive of the verb to be.
Quiero que is always followed by subjunctive.
So that would mean it's a form of the verb "ser" right?
In what tense is "seas" in?