querer salir

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querer salir(
keh
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rehr
 
sah
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leer
)
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to want to exit)
a. to want to go out
¿Qué carretera tomo si quiero salir del estado?What highway do I take if I want to go out of state?
b. to want to get out
Nuestro gato siempre quiere salir cuando abrimos la puerta.Our cat always wants to get out whenever we open the door.
2. (to date)
a. to want to go out
Creo que Santiago quiere salir conmigo, pero a mí solo me interesa como amigo.I think Santiago wants to go out with me, but I'm only interested in him as a friend.
3. (to want to do activities outside the house)
a. to want to go out
En el verano, cuando las noches son largas y el clima agradable, siempre quiero salir.In the summer, when the nights are long and the weather is nice, I always want to go out.
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