What would you like?
● We use countable and uncountable nouns to talk about food and
I have an orange. Matilda has two oranges.
Isaac has bread and milk for breakfast.
● We use would like to talk about our preferences for food and
Would you like apple juice or lemonade?
I'd like lemonade. ('d like = would like)
What would you like to have for lunch?
I'd like to have fried rice.
Gra�ar at a glance
A Underline the mistakes and write the correct words in the blanks. Put
a tick (✓) if the sentence is correct.
1 Poppy eats a apple every day. 1
2 Mum needs a carrot and two tomatoes to 2
3 I would like some rices. 3
4 Look at the bowl. There are two egg in it. 4
5 Would you like cola or lemon tea? 5
6 Q: Miss Lee, would you like coffee or milk tea? 6
A: I'd like milk tea.
7 Q: Max, would you likes a hot dog or 7
A: I'd like a hot dog.