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036. I’d like you to…

 

I. EXAMPLES:

I’d like you to fetch some boiled water.

I’d like you to send for a doctor.

I’d like you to look after my baby for a while.

II. DIALOGUES:

A: I’d like you to do me a favor.

B: What is it?

A: Can you mail this at the post office for me? I have to go to the doctor for an appointment and I don’t have enough time to go to the post office.

B: OK, but can you get something for me when you go to the doctor’s?

A: Sure, what is it?

B: I’d like you to get some cold medicine. I think I have a cold.

 

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