Molly sits in front of her computer, enthralled by the splendorous and spectacular letters in the Forum. Ms. Kogan concludes: “As Kit Chan sang so eloquently: This is where I’d rather be.” Which is somewhat uncanny to Molly. For “would rather” isn’t always quite the same as “prefer” or “yearn.”Often enough, “would rather” is used when you stating a hypothetical choice between two none too pleasant choices. I would rather die than be deprived of my freedom.
I prefer Laksa to Mee Siam.
I yearn for freedom. more
mollymeek always have the words to say what i felt each time.