want that . . . should vs want . . . to : Common Errors in English

About want that . . . should vs want . . . to

When someone wants someone else to do something, the expression is not “she wants that you should do it” but “she wants you to do it.” Similarly, it’s “I want you to do it,” “we want you to do it,” etc.
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