097. Would you care for …?


->used for asking politely whether someone would like something


Would you care for something to drink?

Would you care for some tea?

Would you like to borrow my car?

Would you like to try yourself?


Waiter: How was your meal?

Customer: It was delicious.

Waiter: Would you care for some dessert?

Customer: What do you recommend?

Waiter:  There’s a Greek pastry called baklava that’s made of  chopped nuts, butter and cinnamon all soaked in honey. Would you like to try it?

Customer: Sure. It sounds delicious.


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