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'would like to' 'want to'

  01 would like to exercise

  02 would like to

  03 wouldn't like to

  04 want to - sentences

  05 don't want to - doesn't

  06 do / does want to

 

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  Comparison of Tenses

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  If clauses - conditionals

  Reported Speech

'Would like to' and 'want to' - English grammar

Would like to or 'd like to (short form). The main verb is always the infinitive. Grammar rules with examples. Would like to - English online exercises. 'Want to' goes with the infinitive of the main verb. 'Want to' is a matter of fact. 'Want to' English Grammar.

 
 

 
 
           
 

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