Solutions for: App 285 / Want someone to do something (1)

Practise using the phrase "want someone to do something" as positive, negative sentence and question
When used in a positive statement form the sentence in this way: Person + want + object pronoun (me, you, him, her, us, them) + to infinitive.
In a negative sentence use it in this way: Person + don't/doesn`t/didn't + want + object pronoun + to infinitive.
In a question: Do/Does/Did + person + want + object pronoun + to infinitive.
Positive sentence example: I want him to explain the exercise.
Negative sentence example: He doesn't want me to go the party.
Question example: Did your Mum want you to phone her?
She wants __________ to call her.

Solution:
him
Does Tina want them __________?

Solution:
to come
Lisa! Mum wants __________ to listen to her!

Solution:
you
Your room is a mess! Dad wants you __________ up your room!

Solution:
to tidy
They want ______ to tell them about our trip to London.

Solution:
us
He wants __________ her his new house.

Solution:
to show
Does Lucy want __________ to help with the dishes?
(Lucy wants her sister to help).
Solution:
her
Barbara doesn't want ______ to watch TV until late.
(Barbara doesn't want me and you to watch TV).
Solution:
us
Kelly wants __________ to tell her about yesterday.

Solution:
him
My aunt wants me __________ my English skills.

Solution:
to improve
We don't want her __________ her keys, so we attached it to her bag.

Solution:
to forget
Do you want __________ to do the shopping for you today, I am happy to!

Solution:
me
Peter and James want ______ to attend their comedy show tomorrow.
Insert the right pronoun for "I" into the gap.
Solution:
me
His teacher wants __________ to sit the exam on Tuesday.
His teacher wants Tom to sit the exam.
Solution:
him