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What do you want me to

This structure is used when you want to ask someone if there is anything you can do for them.

Do you want me to help you with the housework?
Do you want me to repair your car?
Do you want me to get the kids ready for school?
Do you want me to do the washing up?
Do you want me to cook the dinner?
Do you want me to wait any longer?
Do you want me to go now?
Do you want me to make the bed?
Do you want me to do the dishes?
Do you want me to clean the windows?
Do you want me to get you a cup of coffee?
Do you want me to wake you up?

The expression I want you to can be used to ask people to do something for you.

I want you to do the shopping.
I want you to make a decision.
I want you to come with me.
I want you to help me with the homework.

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