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  1. 1. Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo LeónPreparatoria Núm. 13<br />Students: Emmanuel Cavazos<br /> Alexis Campos<br /> Elmer Hinojosa<br /> Oscar Tamez<br /> Alexis Silvia<br />Lic. Víctor Hugo Almaguer Beltrán <br />English<br />Date: 3 of April 2011<br />Allende NL. 24/marzo/2011<br />
  2. 2. Likes/dislikes + ing forms<br />
  3. 3. Use the verb "to like", when you talk about things that you enjoy doing:<br />Structure: subject pronoun + like + verb (-ing) + complement<br />For example: <br />I like playing tennis.<br />You like going out to clubs.<br />He likes riding his bike.<br />We like going to the cinema.<br />They like watching TV.<br />
  4. 4. Instead of the verb like, you can also use the following verbs: to enjoy<br />to love<br />to prefer<br />Note: They all require the ing-form:<br />He likes running.<br />He enjoys running.<br />He loves running.<br />He prefers running.<br />
  5. 5. The opposite of "to like" is "to dislike". <br />It also requires the -ing form of the following verb:<br />He likes running but he dislikes swimming.<br />
  6. 6. Of course, you can also negate the verb to like instead of using a different verb<br />They don't like playing boardgames.<br />She doesn't like listening to country music.<br />He doesn't like being alone.<br />
  7. 7. Questions<br /> When you pose a question with the verbs to like, to enjoy, to love, to hate, etc. they also require the -ing form of the following verb<br />
  8. 8. Example<br />Do you like playing basketball?<br />Does he like watching movies?<br />Does she enjoy reading?<br />Do you love meeting people?<br />Do they hate cooking?<br />
  9. 9. Likes vs. would like<br />
  10. 10. "I would like“ (I´d) or the contraction "I'd like" mean “Me gustaría." Usually when you ask at restaurants use this form.<br />Structure: subject pronoun + would like + verb + complement<br />"I'd like the fish, please."<br />
  11. 11. Used the same way with other subjects.Would I like - I'd likeWould you like - You'd likeWould I like - He'd likeWould she like - She'd likeetc.<br />
  12. 12. To form a question just change the order.<br /> Structure: Would / ‘d + subject pronouns + verb + complement <br />Would do you like play soccer?<br />Yes, I would like .<br />No, I Would not like.<br />
  13. 13. Structure<br /><br />