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Basic Grammar Exercises (6) #1 (permalink) Wed Mar 23, 2011 15:41 pm   Basic Grammar Exercises (6)
 

Do you mind watching my kids on Saturday night? I want to go on a date with my husband.

Correct answer: (b) mind

Your answer was: correct

I m curious to know where to use "mind" and "care" words.
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Basic Grammar Exercises (6) #2 (permalink) Thu Mar 24, 2011 12:33 pm   Basic Grammar Exercises (6)
 

Hello, Tinneminy - and welcome to English-test.net.

Both those words have too many uses to explore here, but in the case of that sentence, 'care' can only be used in a very different sense ('take care of' = 'watch', not 'mind'):

Do you mind watching my kids on Saturday night?
Do you mind taking care of my kids on Saturday night?
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