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    #1

    question!

    Hi there!

    Do you want to play porker?

    No, I don't want to do.

    Is the underlined part correct?

    Welcome your any response!

    Happy days~

    Spoon


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    Re: question!

    The correct answer should be - No, I don't. Or you can say - No, I don't want to do it.

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    Re: question!

    Or,

    "No, I don't want to."

    Chris
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    Re: question!

    Thanks both of you.
    But the other day I asked the same question to Casiopea saying

    that 'I don't want to do it.' is incorrect because 'do' means chores.

    Can you mention your idea of this?

    Thanks again.

    Spoon

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