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"Would you like some wine or would you rather stick to sherry?"

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"I would rather go to this shop" 
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2015-11-22T15:52:46+05:30
We use rather to give emphasis to an adjective or adverb. It has a similar meaning to quite when quite is used with gradable words. It is more formal than quite. We often use it to express something unexpected or surprising:
A:You’re not just wasting your time here, are you?
B:No, I’m rather busy, in fact.
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