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Best places to visit

like/i'd like-, getting around, by for modes of transport.
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Go English Live

on 15 October 2013

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Transcript of Best places to visit

The Best places to visit
Like Vs I would like
Let´s practice!
Like or would like?
Getting around
By with adjectives
I was so surprised by your letter
Using by to say how something was done
- Why are you crying?
- My brother hit me by accident
Modes of transport
Air
The end
Like is used for things in general that we enjoy doing
It is usually followed by a noun, a verb in gerund form or a verb in infinitive form
Thing
Person
Place
For example:
Noun:
She likes to eat pizza
Infinitive form
They like playing soccer
Gerund form
I like coffee
Noun
Would like is used for more specific things, offers, invitations or to express a desire.
It is normally followed by a verb in infinitive form or a noun.
I would like a coffee please.
Would you like to go swimming ?
Noun
Infinitive form.
I _____ some pizza for dinner
would like
_____ you like some juice?
would
She _____ playing soccer
Likes
We _____ going shopping
like
They ________ to come with us
would like
He doesn´t _____ cake
like
Asking for directions
Excuse, I would like to go to the bank. How can I get there?
You can get there by car, train or taxi.
Cable
transport
Rail
Road
Water
Other
You can get there by air
You can get there by train
You can get there by car
You can get there by boat
You can get there on foot
Other ways to use ¨By¨
Using by for passive
This song was written by Katy Perry
By for locations
- I want to go to the CDRC, where is it?
- It´s by the visitor´s entrance
By for times
I want the report by 5 pm on my desk
By for amounts
He is taller than me by 10 cm
The animal´s in the boat are two by two
Thanks for joining us
Vocabulary extra
shopping
pizza
juice
cake
soccer
Wow, this is different
By accident
By Katy Perry
the person
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