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prefer

 
1. John ....................................voleyball to football.
prefer
prefers
to prefer
prefering
 
2. "Which one is wrong?"
Jane and Judy don't prefer talking to sleeping.
Jane and Judy prefer talking to sleeping.
Do Jane and Judy prefer talking to sleeping?
Does Jane and Judy prefer talking to sleeping?
 
3. A: "Which one does he prefer, watching TV or playing computer games?"
    B: ..................................................
He prefers watching TV.
Yes, he does.
No, she doesn't. She likes voleyball.
She wants to go out with her friends.
 
4. I prefer travelling by car ............ bus.
by
on
at
to
 
 
5. She prefers ..................................         
 
  pizza to spaghetti
  playing alone
  sitting up here
  watching TV                     
 
 
 
 
 
6. Tom prefers ..............................    
 
         horror films to western films
         playing chess to playing football
         hamburgers to spaghetti
         sports programmes to chat shows      
 
 
 
 
 
7. I ...................... watching TV to ......................to the radio.
prefer / listen
prefer / listening
prefer / listens
prefers / listening 
 
 
8. Lisa prefers ........................ to swimmimng.
 
    sunbathe
    to sunbathe
    sunbathes
    sunbathing           
 
 
 
 
9. He prefers ...................... a taxi to a bus.
           
     taking
     take
     takes
     to take   
 
 
 
 
10. They prefer ........................................ .
cake making to biscuit
biscuit to make a cake
making a cake to biscuit
make biscuit to cake                  
 
 
                                                                                
 

 

       

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