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1. I want (person, thing) A to B (action)
Used to describe what you want someone else to do.
I want you to take this paper to her right away.
1. It would be nice if A; I wish A; I hope A
       いたら     いい    
If there's someone in trouble it's good to help them.
1. It'd be good to A; should A
Often used when giving advice.
5           いい   
It'll be good to be waiting at the station by 5:00.
1. I'd like you to A (for me)
いただきたい is more formal than もらいたい
I'd like you to say a few words, can you do it?
1. I want you to let me A
In order of increasing formality: ほしい、もらいたい、いただきたい
I'd like you to let me explain.
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