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i rather prefere you didn't turn off the t. .I rather" is and alternative to quite. I rather like this car" has basically the same meaning as "I quite like this car". I would rather" means that you prefer something to something else. Eg "I would rather go to the shops than the pool". Obviously you can use "I'd rather" in the same way and that's how it's most commonly used.
When the main clause has a to-infinitive, rather than is usually followed by an infinitive without to. An -ing form is also possible. 4. I would prefer to come on Tuesday rather than on Thursday. 5. I decided to phone rather than write, writing. 6. Would you rather stay here or go home? 7. I would rather have something to eat. 8. I would rather you left me alone. 9. ‘Should I turn the heating on?’ ‘I would rather you didn’t. 10. It is important to find new markets rather than hire, hiring new people. 11. Rather than spending, spend the last of my cash for a meal, I chose to stay hungry. 12. I would rather you hadn’t said that.
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How to use the forms would rather, would prefer or prefer. Upper-intermediate English grammar. I would prefer to be too early rather than be too late. I prefer to go with dad instead of staying here with mum. Note that we use rather than + infinitive without to.
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Peter‘d rather spend time on the beach. I‘d rather have fruit juice. Would you rather stay at home? Would they rather do homework tomorrow morning? Would rathe. han. Would rather is often used with ‘than’ with two verbs or objects when making a choice between two specific actions. Examples: Would you rather work for Tom than for Mary? She would rather play tennis than go horseback riding. Would Rather – For other People