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I'd rather + (verb)
I + would rather +verb1st form- +object+than+verb1st form+
When using it with the word 'rather' you are
suggesting you would like to do or prefer one thing more than another.
Here are some examples:
I'd rather eat at home than go get fast food.
fast food kahney ke
I'd rather stay late than come in early tomorrow.
Main deir tak rehney ko tarji do ga bajaye kal jaldi aney per
I had rather listen to my parents than get in
main apney walidean ki suna pasand karo ga
bajaye musibat mein parhney k
karna pasand karo ga
I would rather know the answer.
main jawab janna pasand karo ga
baat karna pasand karo ga
When you focus on problems, you'll have more problems. When you focus on possibilities, you'll have more opportunities.