Intention

Intention is the step taking desire or will towards considering the action to fulfil it, and expresses notions such as: 'intend to', 'plan to', or even 'want to'.
The intentional future, which is morphologically speaking on par with basic tenses, is used to express intention.
in Uzbek: kelasi zamon maqsad fe'li
also called: future tense of intention.

- Present intention for future:

Men bu posilkani uchquch bilan yubormoqchiman.
Qayerga yuborasiz?

I would like to send this parcel by air.
To where will you send it?

Meni ko'rmoqchi.
She wants to see me.

Senga bir yaxshilik qilmoqchiman.
I am going to do you a favour.

Men antropologman. O'zbek to'ylarida bo'lmoqchiman.
I am an anthropologist. I would like to be at a wedding party.

- Past intention for the then future, using the past stative edi following the tense of intention:

Men bugun uyda dam olib yotmoqchi edim.
I was going to take a rest at home today and lie down.

Yakshanba kuni biznikiga kelmoqchi eding, nega kelmading?
You were supposed to go to our place last Sunday, why you didn't come?

- Performative modality: The construction intention followed by the past stative edi may also have an attenuating force, for instance for a demand:

Allo. Men professor Nodira bilan gaplashmoqchi edim.
I would like to speak with Professor Nodira.

Men mana bu ko'ylakni ko'rmoqchi edim.
I would like to see that shirt.

Kechirasiz, so'mni dollarga almashtirmoqchi edim.
Qancha so'm almashtirmoqchisiz?

Excuse me, I would like to change sums into dollars.
How much do you want to change?

- The future tense of intention can also be followed by the inferential ekan or the reportative emish:

Siz Vashington universitetida o'qimochi ekansiz.
It seems that you intend to study at Washington University.

Qizlarning aytishicha, siz uylanmoqchi emishsiz.
According to the girls, you would intend to marry.