Do/Would you mind…? I don’t mind

We usually use 'mind' in questions and negative sentences (to mean ‘object to’).
Do you mind looking after my dog this weekend? Sure!
Do you mind if I smoke? Yes I do!
Do you mind if we leave earlier so we don’t get caught in traffic?
Do you mind if we check our emails? No, please do. That’s okay.

I don’t mind going to the supermarket.
I don’t mind if you use my computer.
We don’t mind what we do after dinner.

When we want to ask someone to do something, we say ‘Would you mind…?’
Would you mind opening the door for us? Not at all.
Would you mind helping the neighbours carry their shopping inside?
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