- 1 Would you like some coffee How do you answer?
- 2 Would you like some coffee Meaning?
- 3 Would you like some or any drinks?
- 4 How do you reply to would you like?
- 5 Do you like coffee Why?
- 6 Would you like to have some tea or coffee?
- 7 How do you respond when someone asks you for coffee?
- 8 Why do you want to work with coffee?
- 9 Have you money or do you have money?
- 10 Have you got any money or some money?
- 11 Would you like some or any sugar?
- 12 Do you like it reply?
- 13 How do you reply to I would love to?
- 14 Would you like to sentences?
Would you like some coffee How do you answer?
2 Answers. Without any more context, “thank you” as a response to “Would you like some coffee?” would mean an affirmative. Generally, in such a scenario, the context would actually matter more than the phrase. For example, if I wanted to decline such an offer, I would wave the asker away while shaking my head.
Would you like some coffee Meaning?
“Would you like any coffee?” is possible. It suggests that the speaker has some reason to expect you would not want any, for example if you just had a pot of tea.
Would you like some or any drinks?
The general rule is that you use “some” in positive sentences and “any” in negative sentences and questions. “I have some ideas.” When we use “any” in a question, we are not limiting the choice. For example, “Would you like anything to drink?” includes a whole range of things to drink.
How do you reply to would you like?
Thank you Trisia! I would like to Both are good idiomatic replies.
Do you like coffee Why?
“ I like coffee because of the flavor and the aroma. Also, because I like to drink something hot in the morning or at night and coffee wakes me up and at night it relaxes me.” “I drink coffee because I like its flavor, aroma, and it wakes me up every single morning.
Would you like to have some tea or coffee?
All three are correct If you are talking casual, slang. If you want to be polite, say would you like some tea or coffee.
How do you respond when someone asks you for coffee?
The only polite response is to accept; refusing is tantamount to explicitly saying: “I don’t want to be your friend—now, or at any point in the future.” If you know at the moment of accepting the invite that you have no intention of following through, you should respond with the Noncommittal Commitment.
Why do you want to work with coffee?
Why do you want to work in our place? Try to say something nice. Perhaps you like the taste of coffee, the vibe of the place, the type of people who enjoy their daily cup (or cake, or whatever) in the place. Or you love their brand, reputation, and atmosphere on the workplace.
Have you money or do you have money?
Both constructions are grammatically correct. But “Do you have money?” is far more commonly used than “Have you money?”
Have you got any money or some money?
When talking about quantity, or how much there is of something, the two most important words are any and some. “Any” is generally used to ask if there is more than one of something. This kind of question is a “yes no” question, meaning that the answer is “yes” or “no”: “Do you have any money?” (No, I don’t.)
Would you like some or any sugar?
“ Would you like some sugar?” and “ Would you like sugar?” mean the same thing. There is no difference in meaning and both are grammatically correct. But to native English speakers, adding “ some ” makes the sentence sound better, less harsh.
Do you like it reply?
It’s pretty good. / It’s wonderful! / It’s very tasty. It’s too salty. / It’s a little bitter, don’t you think?
How do you reply to I would love to?
B: I’d love to. This phrase is a pretty traditional and slightly formal answer. A more casual (and less serious) answer would be: Yeah, sure.
Would you like to sentences?
” I would like to become a doctor.” “I would like to see you more often.” “I would like to thank you.” “I would like to learn about animals.”