Learning through examples in manga
らしい generally expresses conjecture based on what the speaker believes is reliable information they have heard, seen, or read.
Since Cocoa is goofing around when she and Chino are finally on good terms again, Rize wonders if Cocoa even wants to be cared about by Chino.
After likening Syaro to the little match girl, Cocoa asks if Syaro wanted to burn the advertisement fliers she has to hand out.
Cocoa had wanted to lie down cuddling Tippy.
Thinking back to when would often bake bread back home, Cocoa says she would like to make bread again.
Seeing how relieved Chino looks after seeing them, Megu asks if Chino wanted to meet with her and Maya that much over summer break.
If given a choice between her high school or Syaro’s high school, Cocoa asks which Chino wants to go to.
Cocoa doesn’t mind her boxed lunch being ruined, because she always wanted to try eating the school’s bread.
After Cocoa mistakenly suggests Chiya has gotten “chest” in chess, Chiya asks if she wants to say (meant to say) “checkmate”.
Appending たい to a verb stem expresses the speaker’s desire to perform an action.