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27 Dec 2019

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1. Would you please do what I want you to do for once?
You do what you want to do, but nothing else.

2. You do what you want to do! I don't mind.

In each sentence, is "You do what you want to do" not the same thing in meaning?

I think in 1, it means or implies "You always do what you want to do", but in 2, it means "Do what you want to do".

Am I right?

If I'm right, could you make a sentence where "You do what you want to do" can be used in the same way as in the first sentence ?

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