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Lazy guy, don't do nothing but _____ on-line games all the time. (A) play (B) playing (C) to play (D) plays

What is the correct choice?
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TeoLazy guy, don't do nothing but _____ on-line games all the time. (A) play (B) playing (C) to play (D) plays

What is the correct choice?
A
A
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Of course A
don't do nothing?

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doesn't do anything is what you need, assuming it's an abbreviated form of That lazy guy doesn't do anything but ...
CJ
CalifJimdon't do nothing?

Where did you get this example?

doesn't do anything is what you need, assuming it's an abbreviated form of That lazy guy doesn't do anything but ...
CJ

To be consistent, I would expect something like "don't do nuttin'...."
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something like "don't do nuttin'...."
Yes. Exactly what I was thinking. Emotion: smile

CJ
CalifJimdon't do nothing?

Where did you get this example?

doesn't do anything is what you need, assuming it's an abbreviated form of That lazy guy doesn't do anything but ...
CJ

It's a test question devised by a Taiwanese teacher of English.

I guess it's an imperative sentence.
Oh Teo, really? Because as the others have said "don't do anything" is the correct wording. "Don't do nothin' " is a double negative and therefore substandard English. Either this teacher has a fine ear for common but incorrect English, or this teacher is really missing the mark. And I'm afraid it's the latter.
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