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    #1

    would rather than

    1. I would rather go with you than stay home.
    2. I would rather go with you than to stay home.
    3. I would rather go with you than staying home.
    4. I would go with you rather than stay home.
    5. I would go with you rather than to stay home.
    6. I would go with you rather than staying home.
    Which of the above sentences are acceptable?
    Thanks very much for your reply.

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    #2

    Re: would rather than

    1. I would rather go with you than stay (at) home.

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