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Dear Ms.Sue, I'm very grateful for your explanation. Please help me with a few more problems.
1) Which is correct:
a) You can do whatever you want.
b) You can do whatever you want to.
c) You can do whatever you like.
d) You can do what you want.
e) You can do anything you want.
f) You can do anything that you want.
2) Is it "want" or "want to" / "like" or "like to" in this situation?
3) Which is correct:
"Write your name
a) on each answer sheet
b) on every answer sheet
c) on each of the answer sheets
THANK YOU.

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asked by Ilma
  1. 1) All are correct.

    2) It's better to leave out "to" in those situations.

    3) All are correct.

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