Would you like a coffee? Do you like coffee?

What is the difference between the two questions in the title? 'Would you like coffee?' - asks the question if someone would like coffee at that particular moment. The second question 'Do you like coffee?' - asks whether someone likes or doesn't like coffee. The two questions are great examples of how confusing questions with 'like' can be. Questions with 'like' are used in many instances. Uses of 'like' will help you understand how to ask and answer, as well as use these important and common forms.

Teachers can use this lesson on uses of 'like' to help students use the forms with greater ease.