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    #1

    want to go/want to

    What are the differences between these two sentences?
    1. So you don't want to go play ping-pong.
    2. So you don't want to play ping-pong.

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    #2

    Re: want to go/want to

    In the first one, there is somewhere you have to go in order to play. You could say the second sentence in the same room as the ping pong table.

    Both sentences are questions and should end with a question mark.

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