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Are you STILL making this English mistake?

We hear a lot of intermediate learners still getting confused between “I would like” and “I like” in English.

Today you’ll get two examples of how to solve this mistake.

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1) “Do you like coffee?” This means do you enjoy coffee?

2) “Would you like a coffee?” This means that someone is inviting you to have a coffee or is offering you a coffee.

 

Listen to the role plays in the episode to hear how Lindsay and Michelle use “Do you like” versus “Would you like.”

 

Are YOU still making this mistake?

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