Customer: Waiter! Could I have a beer? / I´ll have….. / I´d like ……. a beer
Waiter: What would you like? Lager)? Bitter?
Customer: I’d prefer…/ I´d rather …./ I´ll have….. / I´d like….. a bitter.
Waiter: Would you like me….. to get anything else?
And now another conversation between a husband and wife:
Husband: I´d like you to cook dinner!
Wife: I´m afraid I can’t! I have to study English- Would you mind doing it?
Husband: Would you like / rather / prefer fish or pasta? Shall I cook fish or pasta?
Wife: I´d like fish, and would you like me to cook tomorrow?
Jack: Hi, Steve- Would you like to come to the beach this Saturday? I hope(=espero) you don’t mind getting up early.
Steve: That sounds great! Thanks!
Jack: Not at all!
Steve: Would you like me to …. take something? Some food, maybe?
Jack: How about….Would you mind…. making some sandwiches?
Steve: OK! And Shall I…. / Would you like me to …. take (=llevar) some drinks?
Jack: Great idea: And listen- I´m on the dole (=desempleado) .I was wodering if you could pay (=pagar) half of the petrol.
Steve: No problem!
Jack: Thanks a lot- Shall I…. / Would you like me to …. get you a drink?
Steve Don´t bother – I have to get home!