How do you say want in Finnish?
To want is tahtoa in Finnish.
Conjugation of the word:
I want - tahdon
you want - tahdot
he/she wants - hän tahtoo
we want - tahdomme
you want - te tahdotte
they want - he tahtovat
The conjugation of the word changes depending on the timeform too, so it looks different in a past form.
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