Purple Level Quiz #30:   want vs. need   write by hand

Directions: Complete each sentence or question with the verbs "want" or "need." Some answers are negative, so be sure to include helping verbs when necessary.

1. What __________ you ____________ to do today? (need, present tense)

2. Sheila __________ to go to the movies tonight. (want, present tense)

3. They __________ ___________ that chair, so they gave it away to someone. (want, past tense, negative)

4. I __________ always ___________ a guitar like this one. (want, present perfect)

5. David and Sara ___________ to get a new coffee maker because their old one doesn't work. (need, past tense)

6. Some students ___________ a little prodding in order for them to get their work done on time. (need, present tense)

7. You ___________ ___________ to place this order now to receive it before school starts. (need, future tense)

8. How long __________ this pizza ___________ to bake? (need, present tense)

9. ___________ you __________ to download that file now or do it later? (want, present tense)

10. __________ they __________ to get married? (need, present tense, negative)

11. If she ___________ that car so badly, she'll have to save money for it. (want, present tense)

12. How much money ___________ Theresa ___________ in order to open her business? (need, present tense )

13. Who ___________ to go outside for class today? (want, present tense)

14. If we put on this event, we __________ ___________ to order enough food for everyone. (need, future tense)

15. Why ___________ Charles ___________ to bring his backpack to school this morning? (need, past tense, negative)

16. I ___________ to help them, but they refused my offer. (want, past tense)

17. What __________ you ___________? (want, past tense)

18. Why __________ she ___________ to get a new job if she's so unhappy where she is? (want, present tense, negative)

19. Is this what he ___________? (want, present tense)

20. You __________ ___________ to miss the next episode of the show. (want, future tense, negative)

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