Solutions for: App 286 / Want someone to do something (2)

Practise using the phrase: want someone to do something.
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?
Mr. Smith, did you want __________ to do all the exercises?

Solution:
us
How is Julia? The doctor wants __________ to stay home for two more days.

Solution:
her
Did you tell him? No, I didn't want him __________.

Solution:
to know
I will go to her house tomorrow. She wants ______ to be there.

Solution:
me
I want ______ to come to my birthday next week.

Solution:
them
Elena wants us __________ her dog while she is away.

Solution:
to feed
Do you want ______ to look after your baby brother?

Solution:
us
He wants us __________ his new girlfriend.

Solution:
to meet
Jonah wants ______ to do the presentation with him?

Solution:
them
She doesn't want __________ to think she forgot about the meeting.

Solution:
him
Don't they want __________ to go the the party?

Solution:
her
I don't want ______ to eat my sweets!

Solution:
you
Does Noah want all of ______ to attend his wedding?
He wants to invite me and the whole class
Solution:
us