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Would you like some more coffee? vs Do you like some more coffee?



 
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Would you like some more coffee? vs Do you like some more coffee? #1 (permalink) Wed Jun 16, 2010 11:03 am   Would you like some more coffee? vs Do you like some more coffee?
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #164 "Grammar Crunch (3)", question 7

......... you like some more coffee?

(a) Shall
(b) Would
(c) Do
(d) Are

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #164 "Grammar Crunch (3)", answer 7

Would you like some more coffee?

Correct answer: (b) Would

Your answer was: incorrect
Do you like some more coffee?
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why do is incorrect here?

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Would you like some more coffee? vs Do you like some more coffee? #2 (permalink) Wed Jun 16, 2010 18:33 pm   Would you like some more coffee? vs Do you like some more coffee?
 

You use would, usually in questions with `like', when you are making a polite offer or invitation.

Would you like a drink?
Would you like to stay?
Perhaps you would like to pay a visit to London.

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