097. Would you care for …?

 

->used for asking politely whether someone would like something

I. EXAMPLES:

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?

II. DIALOGUES:

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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