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    #1

    I'd like to, I'd love to

    ---How about a game of chess?
    ---______.
    A. Why not B. I'd like to
    The given answer is A. This is easy to understand. But do we always use 'I'd love to' instead of 'I'd like to' when accepting a suggestion or an invitation?

    Thank you in advance.


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    Re: I'd like to, I'd love to

    Quote Originally Posted by joham View Post
    ---How about a game of chess?
    ---______.
    A. Why not B. I'd like to
    The given answer is A. This is easy to understand. But do we always use 'I'd love to' instead of 'I'd like to' when accepting a suggestion or an invitation?

    Thank you in advance.
    I don't know why A is the given answer when either would work just fine.

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