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Choose either TO or RATHER THAN

1.�������� I prefer something �something else.

2.������� I prefer to do something �do something else.

3.������� I prefer doing something �doing something else.

4.������� I prefer driving traveling by train.
5.������� I prefer to drive �travel by train.

6.������� Ann prefers to live in the country �live in a city.

7.������� I prefer listening to the news on the radio �watching them on TV.

8.������� She prefers skirts �dresses.

9.������� She prefers wearing skirts �wearing dresses.

10.����� She prefers to wear skirts �wear dresses.

11.������ I prefer winter �summer.
12.����� They prefered skiing �skating.
13. They prefered to ski �skate.
Gerund, infinitive or bare infinitive

1.����� Marge prefers �(cook) rather than �(wash) up.

2.���� Peter prefers �(rest) to �(work).
3.���� Collin prefers �(bikes) to �(cars).

4.���� Collin prefers �(ride) bikes rather than �(drive) cars.

5.���� Collin prefers �(ride) a bike to �(drive) a car.

6.���� Maggie prefers �(study) Math rather than �(write) essays.

7.���� Susan prefers �(sleep) in to �(get) up early.
8. Monta prefers �(run) rather than �(sit).