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Definición de “would you like...?” en inglés

would you like...?

A1 used when offering something or inviting someone: Would you like a drink? Would you like to join us for dinner tonight? Would you like me to take you in the car?Question words and expressions Gramática:LikeLike has a number of meanings and uses.See moreGramática:Like as a verb meaning ‘enjoy’We use like to talk about things or people which we enjoy or feel positive about:See moreGramática:Would like in offers and requestsWe use would like or ’d like to offer something to someone in a polite way or to ask them to do something politely (requests), or politely to say what we want. We use the to-infinitive form of verbs that follow:See moreGramática:Like as a preposition meaning ‘similar to’Like means ‘similar to’. We often use it with verbs of the senses such as look, sound, feel, taste, seem:See moreGramática:Like as a conjunctionIn informal contexts, we can use like as a conjunction instead of as. Traditional grammar books consider this use of like incorrect:See moreGramática:Like as a suffixWe can use like as a suffix at the end of a noun to mean ‘similar to’:See moreGramática:Like in spoken EnglishIn informal speaking, you will hear like used very commonly. It has a number of functions. It is important not to use these forms in formal writing such as academic essays.See moreGramática:Be like or what is … like?We can use be like to ask for a description of someone or something (e.g. their appearance, their character, their behaviour):See moreGramática:Be like or look like?We use be like to talk about someone’s character or personality. We use look like to talk about someone’s appearance:See more
(Definition of would you like...? from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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