Unit 10.2

Would Like

Verb Phrase

Die Verben Like und Would Like sollen nicht verwechselt werden, da sie verschiedene Bedeutungen haben.

Eigendlich, wärend Would Like verwendet wird, um Anfragen auszudrücken oder Angebote höflicher zu machen (Es kann als nicht so stark als „want“ angesehen werden), das Verb Like wird verwendet, um die Idee auszudrücken, etwas zu genießen.

Would ist ein modal Hilfsverb, und wenn es mit Like verwendet wird, stellt es eine Anfrage oder ein Angebot in höflicher Weise dar.

Affirmative

Die Affirmative Form des verbes Would Like hat diese Bildung:
Subject + would like + [to + verb]/noun + … (die Form ist immer die selbe, auch für die dritte Person).

Subject would like To + Verb/ Noun
I would like to work /pizza
You would like to work /pizza
He would like to work /pizza
She would like to work /pizza
It would like to work /pizza
We would like to work /pizza
You would like to work /pizza
They would like to work /pizza

Negative

Die Negative Form des verbes Would Like hat diese Bildung:
Subject + would + not + like + [to + verb]/noun + … (die Form ist immer die selbe, auch für die dritte Person).

Subject would + not Like To + Verb/ Noun
I would not like to work /pizza
You would not like to work /pizza
He would not like to work /pizza
She would not like to work /pizza
It would not like to work /pizza
We would not like to work /pizza
You would not like to work /pizza
They would not like to work /pizza

Interrogative

Die Interrogative Form des verbes Would Like hat diese Bildung:
Would + subject + like + [to + verb]/noun + …?

Would Subject Like To + Verb/ Noun Question
Mark
Would I like to work /pizza ?
Would you like to work /pizza ?
Would he like to work /pizza ?
Would she like to work /pizza ?
Would it like to work /pizza ?
Would we like to work /pizza ?
Would you like to work /pizza ?
Would they like to work /pizza ?

Affirmative

  • I would like some omelette, please.
  • She would like to go out tonight.
  • They would like 2 tickets for bus 89.

Negative

  • I wouldn’t like omelette.
  • She wouldn’t like to go out tonight.
  • They wouldn’t like tickets for bus 89.

Interrogative

  • Would you like some omelette?
  • Would she like to go out tonight?
  • Would they like tickets for bus 89?

We use the verb Would Like:

  • To say want in a more polite way;
  • Usually when we want to make an offer or a request.

Wir benutzen Would Like, um Anfragen oder Angebote in einer höflicheren Weise auszudrücken, die nicht so stark ist wie „want“. Wir verwenden unterschiedliche Bildungen in Abhängigkeit von der Form, die wir verwenden müssen (Affirmative, Negative und Interrogative).

Das Verb would like hat diese Bildung:

  • Affirmative: Subject + would like + [to + verb]/noun + …
  • Negative: Subject + would + not + like + [to + verb]/noun + …
  • Interrogative: Would + subject + like + [to + verb]/noun + …?

Zum Beispiel:
— Affirmative: „I would like a cup of tea.“ = Der Subjekt (I) will ein Tee.
— Negative: „I wouldn’t like a cup of tea.“ = Der Subjekt (I) will kein Tee
— Interrogative: „Would you like a cup of tea?“ = Den Subjekt (you) wird gefragt ob er ein Tee will.

Let’s revise this content within the [Form] section. Take a look at the [Example] section that shows its use within a context.

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