Would like

You will study the expression Would like.


Would like

Would like?

Would you like?

Instructions: Choose T (True) or F (False) according to your likes.

1. Would you like fish for lunch?

2. Would you like orange juice for breakfast?

3. Would you like a slice of cake for dessert?

4. Would you like corn for a side order?

5. Would you like steak for dinner?

6. Would you like a cup of coffee?

7. Would you like Caesar's salad?

8. Would you like Bolognese sauce with pasta?

9. Would you like a snack?

10. Would you like some water?

Getting started: Expressing desires

Instructions: Read the following sentences expressing desires.

I would like to have more money.
My best friend would like to be an artist.
Sophie would like to be a singer.
We would like to live in a better world.
The boys would like to go to the party.

Would like

Instructions: Choose T (true) or F (false) for the following statements.

1. I am a poor person.

2. My best friend is not an artist.

3. Sophie wants to be a singer.

4. We don’t live in a good world.

5. The boys don’t want to go to the party.

Would like

Instructions: Look at the following information about Would like.

We use Would like to offer things. Example: Would you like some orange juice?

We also use Would like to express something we want. Example: I would like to be a lawyer.

Important: After Would like the verb is in the infinitive form.
Example: I would like to have more money.


Making offerings

Instructions: Unscramble words to make offerings.

Would a sandwich like you
Would a soda you like
Would ice cream you some like
a beer you Would like
Would to eat you pizza or pasta like


Would to express desire

Instructions: Correct the following sentences.

  1. I would to like to be rich.
  2. He would like having a new car.
  3. They would like to travelling more.
  4. My family and I would like visit Europe.
  5. My best friend and I would to like to study in Cambridge.



In a restaurant.

Instructions: Choose the right options in the following conversation.

- I like /would like to eat out.

- Would /Do you like to go to a French restaurant?

- I'd love to.

- Would /Do you like to go by car?

Yes, please.

- Would / Do you want me to go with you?

- Of course!