Expressing Preferences in English

There are many ways to talk about your preferences in English. You can use some common phrases and expressions below to express your preferences:

 

Questions about preferences:

 Which do you prefer, football or volleyball?
 Which do you like better, tea or coffee?
 Do you prefer hot coffee or ice coffee?
 Would you prefer to go for a walk or see a movie?
 Would you rather have dinner with me?

Expressing Preferences:

 I prefer tea to coffee.
 I’d prefer to have some water.
 I like tea better than coffee.
 I prefer reading books.
 I prefer jogging to running.
 I’d prefer living in a city to living in the country.
 I would rather go home.
 I’d rather stay at home than go out.
 I’d rather take a nap than go for a walk.
 I’d rather play football than golf.

 

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