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    Question Forms of "Prefer"

    Hello teachers,

    I'm so confused with the forms of "prefer". Could you please list for me all the form of "prefer"? Such as: prefer doing something than doing something, would prefer to do something than to do something, prefer to do something than to do something,etc. (I don't know whether these forms are right, but they're just eg.)



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    Re: Forms of "Prefer"

    Hi, I am not an English teacher, but all of your examples sound correct to me. Could you make your question more specific?

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