Want and Would like –
What do you want (for Christmas / for lunch)?
I want —- an apple / a banana / some watermelon / some water / a drink / a new bike / some new shoes… PLEASE.
Do you want an apple? — Yes, I do. // No, I don`t (No, thank you)
What would you like (for Christmas / for Lunch)?
I would like — an apple / a banana / some watermelon / some water / a drink / a new bike / some new shoes… PLEASE.
Would you like like an apple? Yes, I would. // No, I wouldn`t. (No, thank you)
* “I would” usually sound like this – “I`d” –
“I`d like the soup, please.” // “I`d like a new bike for Christmas, please.” // I`d like to see a menu, please. // I`d like to order, please. // I`d like to speak better English!!
Here are some RESTAURANT videos. See if you can here the “I`d like the.. I`d like a…” in the skit.
Little or big hamburger
Another phrase for ordering — I will have the soup, please. // I`ll have a burger with french fries. // I`ll have what he is having. // I`ll have the special.
What should grover bring first.
A fly IN my soup
The windy outdoor cafe – Alfresco dinning – eating outside