Whilst I absolutely get that 'vouloir que' is followed by the subj., whu isn't the above a suitable answer to the question - how would you say' I want you to be home by 6pm?'
As the other Chris rightly points out , you cannot say -
'Je te veux être'
you can either say -
When you require that something needs to happen then you are expressing a will / order / advice which requires the subjunctive --- vouloir que --> to want that.
However, for other constructions see here:-
Hope this helps.
This construction works in English but not in French. You can't say je te veux être... You could say, Je veux que tu sois à la maison.
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