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English grammar practice exercise for pre-intermediate / intermediate level: would rather vs. Would prefer and prefer. We went to the theatre yesterday. Today I would rather go to the cinema. Today I would prefer to go to the cinema.

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I'd rather you took a taxi (instead of walking) – it's not safe on the streets at night. It's such nice weather – I 'd prefer to sit in the garden rather than watch TV. You are using an out of date browser. It may not display this or other websites correctly. You should upgrade or use an. A czy przy: I wish, gdy mówimy o przyszłości i zarówno w pierwszej części zdania jak i w drugiej podmiot to I nie powinna być konstrukcja I wish I + Past Simple, czy jednak ma być: I wish I would?

Np. Chciałbym jechać do Warszawy jutro. I wish I went to Warsaw tomorrow czy I wish I would go to Warsaw tomorrow? Jak by wyglądało zdanie nr 8, gdyby zaczynało się od: He looked. To express your opinion, instead of using I prefer, you can use I d rather. The expression is actually I would rather but in conversation we say, I d rather I d rather go to the south of France for Christmas instead of the north because it s warmer. He said that he d rather stay at home instead of go to the big Christmas party.

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Have you ever felt like you would rather live in the country instead of the city? The structure of these sentences are the same except for one small difference: rather is followed by a base verb and prefer is followed by an infinitive. Take a look at this conversation to see some examples of would rather and would prefer: People say I'd rather not. To talk about something that they don't want to do, although they might have to. For example, if you're shopping for a new car, you can tell the salesperson: This means that you don't want to spend more than fifteen thousand dollars (or Euros, Pounds, etc.

) on the car. However, you know that you might have to spend more than that. We moderate all questions to prevent duplicates, offensive grammar, and laziness. I love movies and half of the stuff I say are famous movie quotes anyways. Elementary, my dear Watson I dont think you understood the question you chose red that meens you can only speak in qoets and apperintly it dosn't seem you know what quets are. Only problem is it doesn't say you'll miraculously know every movie quote does it? It doesn't say you won't either. But you could quote single words to make sentences, Red is obviously the smart choice xD Here are the rules for using would rather,   would prefer and prefer correctly.