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1. Mary: Do you want to play computer games?

John: Yes, I ___. (A) want (B) want to

2. You amy refer to your notes if you _____. (A) want (B) want to

What are the answers to the above questions?
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No, that's backwards.

1 can only be "want to."

2 can be either one.
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1-both
2-(a) want

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I agree with GG, but would also add that, even though "Yes, I want to" is acceptable in number 1, it's not the type of response I would expect in most cases (based on the limited context that was provided).
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"want to" Because it's ",,want to play.." ? Sometimes I hear people say " I want "
1. Mary: Do you want to play computer games?

Here "want" is alone and there is not verb following it.so why is it "want to"?
2. You amy refer to your notes if you __. (A) want (B) want to

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