I don't want you coming home so late.

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1) I don't want you coming home so late.

2) I don't want you to come home so late.

 

I have seen the #1 and and I was wondering when I can use the want you -ing patten and what the meaning difference between 'want you to do it' and 'want you doing it'?

 

What do you experts think and how do you it?

 

Thank you so much in advance.

asked Jun 18 '14 at 04:51 Hans Contributor

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