English version

would like

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwould likewould likeWANT a) used to say that you want something or want to do somethinglove I’d like a cheeseburger, please.would like to do something I’d like to see that film. There’s something I’d like to tell you. I’d like to apologize for my behaviour yesterday. I’d just like to say how grateful we are for your help.would like somebody to do something He would like us all to be at the meeting. b) used to ask someone if they want something or want to do something Would you like a drink? What would you like to eat? Contact our office if you would like more information.would somebody like to do something Would you like to come with us? How would you like (=would you like) to spend the summer in Italy?would somebody like somebody to do something Would you like me to pick you up in the morning? like
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would likeI'd like to reserve a room for Saturday.We'd like some information about flights to Chicago, please.We'd really like a new washing machine.Would you like some more coffee?A proposed right is a claim which the proposer would like the society to enforce.Would you like to borrow this book?And, of course, your decision should, above all, reflect your feelings about what you would like to do.We are new to the London area, and would like to eat in restaurants or visit pubs with others.Sam Ruang would like to have one more child, but he under-stands that that is beyond his means.If you would like to reassess your life and learn how to use stress to your advantage, come along.People like Jennifer Grant, director of the Riley Center, would like to see it catch on big time.We would like to take this opportunity to say thank you and wish her a very happy retirement.We would like you to attend an interview at 3:30 on Friday.
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