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Difference between Do you want a bet and You bet

do you want a betan emphatic way of saying that what has been stated is wrong:

  • “You’ll wind up in the hospital,” Claude said. “Do you want a bet?”

you bet—(also: I bet) an emphatic way of saying “certainly,” “of course”:

  • “Can you handle this outfit?” “You bet,” said the scout.