Verbs: Choose the correct option “Excuse me! Has the train left / Did the train leave the station already?” “I’m sorry ma’am, what train are you referring to / do you refer to?” “I mean / am meaning the 5:15 to Birmingham.” “Yes, I’m sorry. It has left / left ten minutes ago.” “Oh no! […]
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These words all refer to those glorious days during the week when you don’t have to work. We all love them, but each of these words has a slightly different meaning, so, to make sure everything is clear, we need to use them properly: A holiday is a day when you get time off in […]
In English in order to express a preference for something we can use I´d rather (=I would rather):
Subject + would rather + subject + past tense
I´d rather you didn´t tell my parents I am having a party on Saturday.
I´d rather we went to Cádiz, but my mom wants to go to Mallorca.