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    #1

    "would you like"

    Do you find the sentence correct?

    1. " Would you like to come to a different room for more privacy?"

    2. "Shall we discuss in a different room for more privacy?"

    3. " Do you mind talking to me first? shall we go to a different room, for more privacy?"

    Thanks.

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    Re: "would you like"

    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow_007* View Post

    1. " Would you like to come to a different room for more privacy?" OK

    2. "Shall we discuss this in a different room for more privacy?"

    3. " Do you mind talking to me first? Shall we go to a different room for more privacy?"
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    Re: "would you like"

    Rover,

    Thanks a lot.

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