WOULD LIKE (+ noun) WOULD LIKE TO (+ verb) - All Things Grammar

WOULD LIKE (+ noun) WOULD LIKE TO (+ verb) - All Things Grammar

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GRAMMAR WORKSHEET

WOULD LIKE (+ noun) WOULD LIKE TO (+ verb) I You He She It We They

would like

a cup of tea.

would like to

drink tea.

I You He She It We They

wouldn’t like

a cup of tea.

wouldn’t like to

drink tea.

Yes, I you he Would she it we they

a cup of tea? like like to

drink tea?

No,

I you he she it we they

would.

I you he she it we they

wouldn’t.

GRAMMAR NOTES:  “I would like a cup of tea” is a more polite way to say, “I want a cup of tea.”  “I would like a cup of tea” (etc.) is often contracted to “I’d like a cup of tea” in speaking.  “Yes, I would” is never contracted to “Yes, I’d.”  In response to an offer, “No, thank you.” is considered more polite than “No, I wouldn’t.”



Study the above boxes and fill in the blanks to complete the sentences.

1. I’m thirsty. I _________________ a glass of water, please. 2. A: ___________ you ___________ a break?

B: Yes, we ___________.

3. I don’t understand this. I _________________ some help with my homework. 4. Patrick _________________ go to the supermarket. He needs milk. 5. (A) ___________ Tom ___________ come with us? (B) Yes, he ___________. 6. (A) Can I help you? (B) Yes, I _________________ a ticket to Melbourne. 7. My friends _________________ come to the party next week. 8. (A) ___________ you ___________ work on Saturday? (B) No, I ___________. 9. ___________ you ___________ chocolate ice-cream or vanilla-ice cream? 10. (A) ___________ you ___________ see a movie? (B) No, I ___________. 11. What ___________ you ___________ do tomorrow? 12. (A) Who _________________ some candy? (B) We ___________! Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use. © www.allthingsgrammar.com

GRAMMAR WORKSHEET

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Grammar Focus ‘Would Like’ vs ‘Would Like To’ (with nouns and verbs) Level Beginner to Elementary (CEFR A1-A2)

ANSWER KEY 1. would like

7. would like to

2. Would / like / would

8. Would / like to / wouldn’t

3. would like

9. Would / like

4. would like to

10. Would / like to / wouldn’t

5. Would / like to / would

11. would / like to

6. Would like

12. would like / would

GRAMMAR NOTE Most grammar books present would like in the following way: would like + noun “I would like a cup of tea.” and would like + infinitive “I would like to drink tea.”

However, the focus of this worksheet is to help students know when to use “to” and when NOT to use “to”. Therefore, the grammar chart on the worksheet presents would like in the following way: would like + noun and would like to + verb

Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use. © www.allthingsgrammar.com