Which is correct:
"I thought you wanted to tell " or "I thought you want to tell"?

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I thought you wanted to tell

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796 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • I came here because I thought you wanted to tell us the story, and I think the story should be told for the public, and it will eventually be made public. If you want ...
  • She asked where I was going “I thought you wanted to tell me something” she said. I replied “never mind, I'm all set, I gotta go bye”. I went back to work, blocked  ...
  • Wow, I thought you wanted to tell the world how misunderstood & slimed McCarthy's has been fro 50 years. There's no better way to exonerate McCarthy's  ...
  • Oct 2, 2015 ... “Oh, well, yes,” she said relieved, holding her breath for a moment, “you do. Another?” “I thought, you wanted to tell Moffat to forget about it?

I thought you want to tell

1 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • Again, I thought , you want to tell why Aaron and Mariam were rebuked. You don't even know the scripture, I guess I was discussing with one ...
A complete search of the internet has found that "I thought you wanted to tell " is the most popular phrase on the web.

Last updated: December 15, 2015

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