Would you like + verb to invite someone
Would you like + noun to offer something
Would like is the polite form of to “want”
What would you like for dinner?
Where would you like to go later?
Would you like tea or coffee?
Would you like to go for a walk after dinner?
I would like to go for a walk after dinner.
I would like some milk in my coffee.
I would like to go to Japan next year.
I would like to have a swimming pool in my house.
Would you like? Or Do you like? Difference
We use “Would you like…..?” to offer something now.
We use “ Do you like……?” to ask somebody what they like in general.
Negative “Would like”
We add not(or n’t) between would and like to make the sentence negative.
I would not like to go for a walk after dinner.
I wouldn’t like to go for a walk after dinner.
I wouldn’t like to eat that.
“I would” can be shortened to “I’d like”
I’d like more example sentences.
I’d like to understand all of the rules of English grammar.
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