The verbs vouloir, pouvoir and valoir in the present tense

In the present tense, the verbs vouloir (to want), pouvoir (to be able to) and valoir (to be worth) are conjugated in the following manner:
vouloir en
Je veux
Tu veux
Il veut/elle veut
Nous voulons
Vous voulez
Ils veulent/elles veulent
pouvoir en
Je peux
Tu peux
Il peut/elle peut
Nous pouvons
Vous pouvez
Ils peuvent/elles peuvent
valoir en
Je vaux
Tu vaux
Il vaut/elle vaut
Nous valons
Vous valez
Ils valent/elles valent

Je veux une glace ! I want an ice-cream.
Nous ne pouvons pas aller au cinéma ce soir. We can't go to the cinema tonight.
Ces tableaux ne valent rien. These paintings aren't worth anything.

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