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I will give you what you want, I mean, anything.

Q1. Is 'what you want' in apposition with 'anything'?

Q2. What is the role of 'I mean'? What other expressions can we use instead of 'I mean'?

  • English -

    1. Yes, basically.

    2. "I mean" is just an expression put in there for emphasis. It's a mild form of slang.

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