Do you like/Would you like – English Grammar Exercise

Would and do are examples of modal verbs and are used in conjunction with another verb.
We use would you like with the infinitive form of another verb to ask someone what they want to do in the present moment.
We use do you like with the gerund or -ing form of another verb to ask someone what they enjoy doing in general.

Do you like / would you like exercise

Complete the conversations using do you like/would you like.

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