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EXPRESSING PREFERENCES

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EXPRESSING
PREFERENCE BY: Andrea Garcia Ramón PREFER USE: It is used to talk about general likes and dislikes. Examples:

o I prefer to work at night.
o My best friend prefers to go to the cinema.
o Rosario prefers living alone.
o We prefer Roast Chicken.
o My father prefers comedy movies. Examples:

o I prefer romantic movies.
o She prefers hip hop music.
o We prefer Mirage restaurant.
o They prefer soccer. FORM: Prefer + noun Examples:
o I prefer to watch romantic movies.
o She prefers to listen to hip hop music.
o We prefer to go to the Mirage restaurant.
o They prefer to practice soccer. FORM: Prefer + infinitive with TO Examples:
o I prefer watching romantic movies.
o She prefers listening to hip hop music.
o We prefer going to the Mirage restaurant.
o They prefer practicing soccer. FORM: Prefer + Gerund (verb in ING) WOULD
PREFER USE:It is used to talk about specific choices in a specific situation. Examples:
o I would prefer to work at night.
o My best friend would prefer to go to the cinema tomorrow.
o Rosario would prefer to live alone in Pachuca city.
o We would prefer Roast Chicken as a dinner.
o My father would prefer comedy movies tonight at home. Examples:
o I would prefer romantic movies.
o She would prefer hip hop music.
o We would prefer Mirage restaurant.
o They would prefer soccer. FORM: Would prefer + noun Examples:
o I would prefer to watch romantic movies.
o She would prefer to listen to hip hop music.
o We would prefer to go to the Mirage restaurant.
o My mother would prefer to practice volleyball.
o My father would prefer to help us to do our homework. FORM: Would prefer + infinitive with TO WOULD
RATHER USE:It is used to talk about specific choices in a specific situation. Examples:
o I would rather work at night.
o My best friend would rather go to the cinema tomorrow.
o Rosario would rather live alone in Pachuca city.
o I’d rather rent a movie than go to the theater.
o He’d rather not see a comedy tonight. Examples:

o I would rather watch romantic movies.
o She would rather listen to hip hop music.
o We would rather go to the Mirage restaurant.
o They would rather practice soccer. FORM: Would rather + verb in the base form Affirmative: Roberto would rather practice soccer tomorrow in the morning.
We would rather go to the forest. Negative: Roberto would rather not practice soccer tomorrow in the morning.
We would rather not go to the forest. Interrogative: Would Roberto rather practice soccer tomorrow in the morning?
Yes, he would
No, he wouldn’t

Would you rather go to the forest?
Yes, we would
No, we wouldn’t Negative: I not prefer romantic movies.
She not prefers hip hop music. Interrogative: Do you prefer to practice soccer tomorrow in the morning?
Yes, I do
No, I don't

Do you prefer to go to the forest?
Yes, we do
No, we don't Negative: Rosario wouldn't prefer to live alone in Pachuca city.
We wouldn't prefer Roast Chicken as a dinner. Interrogative: Would Rosario prefer to live alone in Pachuca city?
Yes, she would
No, she wouldn’t

Would you prefer Roast Chicken as a dinner?
Yes, we would
No, we wouldn’t Expressing preferences
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