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I would like to + (verb)
This sentence lets someone know what you would be interested in doing. This can be a physical, mental or verbal action.
Here are some examples:
I would like to answer that question.
I would like to compete in a cooking contest.
I would like to explain myself.
I would like to invite you over.
I would like to practice.
I would like to become a doctor.
I would like to see you more often.
I would like to thank you.
I would like to learn about animals.
I would like to meet the President.
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