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Rather: When do I have to use it? I'm a little confused about when I have to use rather. I know it means a grade of preference between a thing or another in a comparative sentence. But I dont know how to use it and if there are other meanings. Thank you
Feb 28, 2014 6:46 PM
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Here are some examples for you Ana: Jen wants to go to the movies but I rather go play pool. Would you rather eat pizza or pasta for dinner today? I would rather not go to that store, it is really dirty. Some times I rather sleep in then have to wake up early for work!
February 28, 2014
Use it when you would (or could) use "sino" in Spanish.
February 28, 2014
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