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Please help me to come out of this confusion.

Which one is correct :

I want or I wants

You want or You wants

We want or We wants

They want or They wants

Robert want or Robert wants

Kindly tell me about the rules for using these words.
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He, she, Robert, Mr. Smith, the sailor, the nurse, ... wants (any one person except I and you.)

I, you, we, they, the Smiths, the sailors, the nurses, ... want (I, you, and any case of more than one person)

CJ
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CalifJimHe, she, Robert, Mr. Smith, the sailor, the nurse, ... wants (any one person except I and you.)

I, you, we, they, the Smiths, the sailors, the nurses, ... want (I, you, and any case of more than one person)

CJ

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They want or they wants

correct - I want, You want, We want, They want. Robert wants
reason - we can add "s/es" only in 3rd person singular numbers. here (I, you, we, they) these are not 3rd person singular number. but "Rober" this is a name and it's a 3rd person singular number so "Robert wants" is correct.