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The structures would you mind/do you mind can be used in questions to ask people if they would be troubled by something.
After would you mind/do you mind we normally use an -ing form. It is possible for the -ing form to have its own subject.
Note that after would you mind/do you mind we use a pronoun in the possessive case.
An if clause is possible after would you mind/do you mind.
In general questions about what people think of something, we do not normally use would you mind.
We can use don't mind/wouldn't mind to say that we are not troubled by something.
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