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beijo
want to know the way How would you explain the difference between "I like tea" and "I'd like some tea?
2012年1月23日 19:53
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"I like tea" = a statement that you like tea as a beverage. "I'd like some tea" = you are requesting to buy some tea or you are requesting a cup of tea to drink.
2012年1月23日
"I like tea" - it's mean that you like something ...for example "I like football. I like apple. I like flowers". "I'd like some tea" - you want something...for example " I like to play football. I want to eat some apple. I would like to buy a coat"...=)
2012年1月23日
beijo
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