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    #1

    "Do you want to go home?"

    If we say
    -Do you want to go home?
    -Yes, I want.

    Is correct? or should we say "Yes, I want to."

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    #2

    Re: "Do you want to go home?"

    'Yes, I do.'

    'Yes.'

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    #3

    Re: "Do you want to go home?"

    Also possible:
    Yes, I want to go home.
    Another possibility:
    Yes.Can you give me a ride?

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