- 2 Post By Rover_KE
Can we omit "rather" in this sentence, please?
"I'd prefer to be a waiter (rather) than a dustman".
(This is just an example. There is no personal opinion in this sentence... I don't want to create any conflicts!)
Thanks a lot for your help.
Re: I'd prefer
'I'd prefer to be a waiter rather than a dustman'
'I'd rather be a waiter than a dustman'.
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