Need vs Want. Do you want it or do you need it?. Need + infinitive Need + noun. Need + infinitive or Need + object (noun) The students need to finish their homework. The class needs to speak less of their native language. The teacher needs a snack They need to go to the gym.
Do you want it or do you need it?
Need + infinitive or Need + object (noun)
The students needto finish their homework.
The class needsto speak less of their native language.
The teacher needsa snack
They needto go to the gym.
I needa vacation.
She needsto review English grammar.
Cell phone Cable TV
Massage new car
Learn English iPad
Go to college new computer
Go on vacation Fancy food
Learn another language new clothes
Go to the gym new shoes
Flat screen TV save money
The students in CLIP class want tests and quizzes.
The students in clip want to do more homework.
The CLIP teacher wantsto hear English spoken in the classroom.
She doesn’t wantjunk food
The children wantice cream.
Need and want are always followed by a noun or an infinitive*.
*An infinitive = to + simple form of the verb.
Make true sentences using want and need.