Student or Learner
Hello, which sentence sounds correct?
1/ You can wait in my office if you like.
2/ You can wait in my office if you want.
I'd use the 2/, because it is the literal translation of what I use in my native language, but the 1/ may sound more English.
Thank you very much.
If you like is more upbeat and positive, while if you want is fairly neutral, sometimes cold.
I think you can use two sentents. :P