NAME: LIKE DOING AND WOULD LIKE
O 1. If we use like to talk about things
that we enjoy.
My brother likes horror films.
If we put another verb after like , use the –
I like staying in a bed late. He doesn’t like
lying on the beach.
O 2. We would use would like to talk
about things we want.
O I would like is more polite than I want
I would like a tennis racket for my birthday.
If we put a verb after would like , we use
the infinitive with to.
I would like to speak to the manager .
O We often use Would you like …? For an
Would you like some coffee?
The answer is :
Yes , please . or yes , I’d love to. ( not yes,
I’d like. Or yes , I’d love.)
O 1. … you … to learn Japanese?
2. He … (not) reading poetry.
3. She … playing tennis at the weekends.
4. They … to buy a house with a garden.
5. He … to (not) lose his job.
O 6. … you… going shopping for clothes?
7….. you … to take part in a marathon?
8. I ….. watching TV in the evenings.
9. What… you … to do when you retire?
10. What …. you ……doing on holiday?