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Can I use 'what you want' in place of 'what do you want' in spoken english?

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Well noth are correct you can use both but the best way to give respect to a person is saying ' what do you want' instead of 'what you want'.
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Correct- What do you want?
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'What you want' - direct translation from vernacular language (one's mother tongue) 'What do you want' - grammatically correct English.
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Both the expression are grammatically correct but what you want is slightly more formal and forceful whereas what do you want is more usual and polite
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WHAT YOUWANT IS GRAMATICALLY INCORRECT. CORRECT IS -WHAT DO YOU WANT?
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" What you want is, out of the question".
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What do you want is grammaticaly corrcet. What you want is not grmaatically right.
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