1. (tried to say; first person singular)
Me interpretaste mal, lo que quise decir es que eres joven y te falta experiencia. Nunca cuestioné tu capacidad.You got me wrong. What I meant to say is that you're young and inexperienced. I never questioned your capability.
2. (wished to say; first person singular)
Quise decir unas palabras de despedida, porque me pareció mal no hacerlo.I wanted to say a few words of farewell, because it didn't seem appropriate not to.
Quise decirle lo que sentía por ella, pero no me atreví y, poco después, desapareció de mi vida para siempre.I wanted to tell her what I felt for her, but didn't dare, and soon after, she vanished from my life forever.
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