[Expressing Ability, Preference, Desire, Intention, Resolution, and Experience]
The te form of a verb followed by the i-adjective hoshii ("desireable") expresses one's desire to have someone do something. This pattern is used with the first person in declarative sentences, and with the second person in interrogative sentences (ex., 2).
NOTE: The person who is the indirect object of the sentence (indicated by the particle ni) should not be of higher social status than the speaker or the person whose desire is being spoken about.
あなた に この 手紙 を 読んで ほしい です。
Anata ni kono tegami o yonde hoshii desu.
I want you to read this letter.
あなた はだれ に テニス を 教えて ほしい です か。
Anata wa dare ni tenisu o oshiete hoshii desu ka.
Who do you want to teach you tennis?
私 は 両親 に 私 と 一緒 に 行って ほしい。
Watashi wa ryōshin ni watashi to issho ni itte hoshii.
I want my parents to go with me.
Hope this helps!
°˖ ✧◝(○ ヮ ○)◜✧˖ °こゆうき あいはら°˖ ✧◝(○ ヮ ○)◜✧˖ °