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    • Join Date: Dec 2005
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    #1

    Question would

    Teller: How would you like the money?
    Pedro: Twenties. please.
    When I want to make a question, which one is correct?
    How would he like the money? or How does he want the money? or How does he like the money?Is the first one correct?


    • Join Date: Sep 2006
    • Posts: 150
    #2

    Re: would

    Either "How would he like the money?" or "How does he want the money?".

    The second one sounds more natural to me.

    The third example doesn't work. "Would you like...?" and "Do you want...?" have practically the same meaning, but "Do you like...?" is completely different.

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    • Join Date: Sep 2006
    • Posts: 63
    #3

    Re: would

    Quote Originally Posted by daisy1352 View Post
    Teller: How would you like the money?
    Pedro: Twenties. please.
    When I want to make a question, which one is correct?
    How would he like the money? or How does he want the money? or How does he like the money?Is the first one correct?
    Hello, Daisy,
    "How would you like the money?" is a polite way of asking "How do you want the money?" Both sentences have the same meaning.

    Regards

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