FORMAL AND POLITE : WOULD LIKE ( TO)
In English, we use Would like to make offers, invitations and requests politely or more formally. Look at the chart that shows the two forms used with this structure with objects and actions.
I would like a can of soda. I’m thirsty.
No, I wouldn’t. Thank you.
No, I wouldn’t like to.
The contractions for positive and negative sentences are:
I would like = I’d like
I would not like = I wouldn’t
When making invitations, requests or offers to do an action we use to after like. I’d like to buy that red dress.
My mother would like to get a round- trip ticket, please.
Would you like to watch a movie on Netflix tonight?
Let’s is used to express suggestions, offers or informal invitations which include ourselves.
There are two negative forms of let’s: let’s not and don’t let’s. Let’s not is more common:
We can use the full forms let us, let us not and do not let us in very formal situations such as political documents and speeches, and religious and other ceremonies:
B: Okay. We’re all ready. Let’s go.
Let’s is the short form of Let us ( used in very formal situations)
Es Listen to the conversations and complete the dialogues with the words you hear.
Escucha las conversaciones y completa los diálogos con las palabras que escuches.