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Do the following sentences mean the same thing?

1: What do you want of me?

2: What do you want from me?
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Jackson6612Do the following sentences mean the same thing?

1: What do you want of me?

2: What do you want from me?
They have slightly different meanings.

What do you want of me = what are your expectations about what I can do for you.

What do you want from me = What do you expect me to provide you with
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1 is OK, but less frequent.
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Hi Jackson,

2: What do you want from me?

If you want to use "of", you may say "what are you asking of me...?"
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Hi,

Is the first sentence a correct sentence?
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