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Everyone loves going to parties.
He finished reading his book.
I like working as a teacher = I am a teacher and I enjoy it.
I love dancing. = This is one of my hobbies.
I enjoy going abroad.
We like going to Italy for our holidays.
Do you enjoy learning English ?
What do you like making ?
I'd like to be a teacher. = When I grow up, I want to be a teacher.
Thank you. I'd love to dance. = We're at a disco. I'm pleased that you asked me.
They want to buy a new car.
I'd like to go abroad.
I hope to go abroad.
I'd love to go abroad.
I want to live in a hot country. = I'd like to live in a hot country.
I hope to see you again soon.
What do you want to study ?
What would you like to do tonight ?
+ ing or + to
It began to rain = It began raining.
I continued to work in the library = I continued working in the library
When did you start to get them? = When did you start getting them ?
+ infinitive without to
Modal auxiliary verbs
I can't go abroad.
I can go home early tonight.
Would you like to dance ?
Would you like to come for a walk ?
Yes, I would. Yes, I'd love to.
Yes, I would. No, thank you
We're thinking of moving house
I'm looking forward to having more free time.
I'm looking forward to going abroad.
I'm thinking of going abroad.
We're thinking of going to Italy for our holidays.
We're thinking of having a few days off soon.
We're looking forward to having a few days off soon.
Where are you thinking of going ?
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