どちらの色のほうが好きですか． • You can email us if you prefer. よかったら E メールをください． • “Which restaurant should we go to?” “I …
“Which one do you prefer?” I prefer tea to coffee. I prefer tea than coffee. “Which one does he prefer?” He prefers walking to driving. He prefers walking than driving. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Which preposition is correct in the cases above: to or than? Thank you. 2011年1月27日 10:43
Anyone else prefer to do their long runs alone? : running
I genuinely enjoy running with others. I’ve found the presence of a couple other people really helps with harder workouts especially, but when it comes to my weekly long run, I have found I really prefer doing it alone. Just me, some music, and the road.
Do you prefer living in a flat or a house? / myLot
I prefer living in a house but unfortuntely i do not have the money to do so. I have experience living in my cousin house and i loved it. It is much bigger and can plant many plants. I also do not have to hear my neighbout scolding her children.
Do you prefer to watch movies alone or in the …
Do you prefer to watch movies alone or in the company of others? Follow Question 4 Great Question Asked by orlando (627) December 3rd, 2013 I had a discussion with a friend today and he mentioned that he doesn’t like to watch movies when
What do girls prefer: a circumcised or uncircumcised …
· “My present uncircumcised man arrived after I’d been with several circumcised men. I have had no relations with circumcised men since I met my current uncircumcised lover, but the difference between circd sex and uncircd sex is very obvious to me. All my
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Do you prefer to lead or be led?
· Do keep in mind that only a small percentage, approximately ten percent, of people are leaders. To lead is not to decide what to do but to make other people want to do what needs to be done without telling them to do so. It’s a skill that the majority of people will
IELTS Writing Task 2 Sample 35
Some people prefer to eat at a restaurant while some people prefer to eat at home.Which do you prefer?Introduction 1: People have diving opinions and preferences for their eating habits as well as the place for having their meals. I prefer eating at home because of
94% Something you prefer to do alone
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Do you prefer to go to the cinema, or watch a movie at …
Both. I love going to the cinema as I do feel it adds a bit of magic to the experience. The details on the big screen become so vivid. However, it is not always affordable, so I keep the special movies for the cinema and watch the others at home, sometimes not even
Prefer definition is – to promote or advance to a rank or position. How to use prefer in a sentence. Some people like vanilla ice cream, but I prefer chocolate. She tends to prefer small college campuses. I prefer this dictionary because of its helpful examples. Which
みきちゃんのイングリッシュ 會話に役立つ prefer to do …
but I prefer to do something rather than (do) something else. 例）I prefer this coat to the coat you were wearing yesterday. I prefer driving to travelling by train. I prefer to drive rather than travel by train. ※prefer something とprefer doing の後ろには
TO-infinitive or gerund: LIKE, HATE, PREFER, CAN’T BEAR …
The verbs like and hate express (dis)liking if they are followed by a gerund: I like getting up early in summer. (I enjoy getting up early in summer.) I hate dancing, so don’t ask me to. (I don’t like dancing.) But if these verbs are followed by a to-infinitive, they express habitual preference, something that we do not necessarily like or enjoy but consider as useful, right or wise:
prefer doingの意味や使い方 〔…することよりも〕〈…することの〉ほうを好む – 約1173萬語ある英和辭典・和英辭典。発音・イディオムも分かる英語辭書。
prefer pre‧fer S2 W2 J2 / prɪˈfəːʳ / [動] 《 他進行形不可 》 (preferred, preferring) …のほうが好きである, のほうを好む • Which color do you prefer – blue or red? 青と赤