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Is this sentence grammatically correct? If not how can i fix it?
Those who do have what they want crave for more; they want love and affection.

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    It's grammatically correct -- but I'd omit "do."

    However, it doesn't make a lot of sense. If they have what they want, how can they crave more?

    Do you mean?

    Those who have all the money they want often crave love and affection.

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    I meant kids that get everything they want often want more. Like they begin to believe that being spoiled with items is not everything.

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    Are you saying they want more "toys?" Or are they dissatisfied because they also need love and affection?

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    In this sentence should it be will or would? Why will I want to have everything except for love?

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    I think "would" is better there.

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