Category: Classical

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    1. Doubei

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      Would you like a cup of coffee? Would you like some milk? Would you like some orange juice? Would you like some water? Would you like to come to dinner? Would you like an orange? Would you like an apple? Would you like a piece of cake? Would you like a sandwich? Would you like to go to bed now? Would you like a room with two beds?
    2. Kajimuro

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      Would you like any more soup? Would you like some more soup? To my ears, they seem slightly different. If I'm a waiter and want to know whether to collect a client's soup bowl, I would ask the first. However, if I am simply going around the table offering soup with no plan to remove the bowl, I .
    3. Moogujar

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      well, as you can see we use ¨WOULD¨ to be polite, meanwhile, on the other hand, we use WILL for a spontaneous decision for example: your dad is going to put the trash in the container and you as a polite person say ¨i will do it¨. it happens the same thing in your examples: Why do these sound like .
    4. Voodooshicage

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    5. Sakree

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      how would you like? definition: 1. said to suggest that someone would not like to be in a situation experienced by someone else. Learn more.
    6. JoJoran

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      The #1a "Let's get some coffee if you like coffee" might be more obvious in the form of "If you like coffee, (then) let's get some coffee." Note that CGEL is the reference grammar by Huddleston and Pullum et al., The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language. level 2. Original Poster 1 point · 6 years ago. Cool! Thanks!
    7. Faumi

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      Remember: You must have an object after "would like." You can also use a gerund after "would like." You wouldn't like living there. ("Living" is a gerund.) He probably wouldn't like the food. They wouldn't like doing that kind of work. ("Doing" is a gerund.).
    8. Negul

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      Oct 09,  · is an original (and very silly) food song from Super Simple Learning created for teaching how to express food likes and dislikes, and asking and answering "Do you like .

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