Programa: MAESTRÍA EN ADMINISTRACIÓN DE LA EDUCACIÓN
Would is an auxiliary verb, a modal auxiliary verb. Use Would like to expresswant in a polite way. The form is the same for all persons. The usual response forms to an offer made with would you like: Would you like a cup of tea? Yes, please No, thanks
subject + would + mainverb
The main verb is always the bare infinitive (infinitive without "to").
SUBJECT AUXILIARY MAIN VERB VERB
would 'd would not wouldn't
She would like to go to New York someday. I would like a beer and my wife would like a glass of wine please.NEGATIVE:
I wouldn´t like Italian food. I wouldn´t like to study math.
Would you like to come with us? Would you like a cup of coffee?
Circle the correctanswers:
Would like means a) have Would like is a) formal
b) want b) informal
Would you like salad? a) Yes, Iam b) No, thank you
c) I like vegetables c) I want water c) No, Idon´t like
What Would you like to drink? a) I like water b) Water, please Would you like some coffee? a) Yes, please
b) Yes, I like
a) I´d like any wine a) He ´d like to goto the movies b) I ´d like a glass of wine b) I´d to like go to the movies
a) I wouldn´t like some cigarette a) I wouldn´t like a cigarette a) She wouldn´t like to watch the news on TVb) She wouldn´t like watch the news on TV
a) Would you like to go out tonight? a) What would like you for dessert? a) Would like you to go out tonight? b) What would you like fordessert?
Are you ready to order? Peter: Yes. I´d like a hamburger Waitress: What would you like to drink? Peter: Diet cola, please. Waitress: What would...