I would like ...please

I would like ...please
Ek sal hou van...

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  • would like — phrase used for saying politely what you or someone else wants I would like a large whisky, please. would like to do something: I think I’d like to leave now. I’d like to thank everyone who made this evening a success. I would like to hear from… …   Useful english dictionary

  • would like — used for saying politely what you or someone else wants I would like a large whisky, please. would like to do something: I think I d like to leave now. I d like to thank everyone who made this evening a success. I would like to hear from anyone… …   English dictionary

  • would — W1S1 [wud] modal v negative short form wouldn t ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(past intentions/expectations)¦ 2¦(imagined situations)¦ 3¦(past habits)¦ 4¦(requesting)¦ 5¦(offering/inviting)¦ 6¦(what somebody wants)¦ 7¦(past purpose)¦ 8 would not …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • like — verb. I should like is normal in BrE and I would like in other varieties, although in practice the contracted form I d like is common, especially in speech. These forms are followed either by a to infinitive (I should like to come too) or by an… …   Modern English usage

  • would — [ wud ] modal verb *** Would is usually followed by an infinitive without to : A picnic would be nice. Sometimes it is used without a following infinitive: They didn t do as much as they said they would. In conversation and informal writing,… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • like — like1 [līk] adj. [ME lik, aphetic for ilik < OE gelic, similar, equal, lit., of the same form or shape, akin to Ger gleich < PGmc * galīka < * ga , prefix of uncert. meaning + * līka, body, (ON līk, Goth leik, OE lic): for IE base see… …   English World dictionary

  • please — please1 [ pliz ] interjection *** 1. ) used as a polite way of asking for something or of asking someone to do something: Would you help me, please? Could I please have change for a dollar? Would you please tell me how much this costs? 2. ) used… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • would */*/*/ — UK [wʊd] / US modal verb Summary: Would is usually followed by an infinitive without to : A picnic would be nice. Sometimes it is used without a following infinitive: They didn t do as much as they said they would. In conversation and informal… …   English dictionary

  • like — like1 W1S1 [laık] prep ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(similar)¦ 2 what is somebody/something like? 3¦(example)¦ 4¦(typical)¦ 5 like this/that/so 6 just like that 7 something like 8 nothing like 9 there s nothing like 10 more like …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • like — like1 [ laık ] function word *** Like can be used in the following ways: as a preposition (followed by a noun): He looks like his father. as a conjunction (connecting two clauses): She looked like she was about to cry. as an adverb: I said, like …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • like — 1 /laIk/ preposition 1 similar in some way to something else: My mother has a car like yours. | He crawled out of the hut on his belly, like a snake. | very like: He s very like his brother. | look/sound/feel/taste/seem like: The building looked… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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