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    #1

    hi

    hi, are the followings correct?

    1. Do you mind if I borrow your pen?
    Yes, I do. (This means I mind.. right?)
    No, I don't. (This means I don't mind.. right?)

    2. Don't you mind if I borrow your pen?
    Yes, I do. (This also means I mind.. right?)
    No, I don't. (This also means I don't mind.. right?)

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    Re: hi

    Yes, but we would probably make things a bit easier by saying 'I'm afraid I do mind' or 'No, of course not- help yourself'.

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