would rather than (I would rather go with you than stay home...)

  1. I would rather go with you than stay home.

  2. I would rather go with you than to stay home.

  3. I would rather go with you than staying home.

  4. I would go with you rather than stay home.

  5. I would go with you rather than to stay home.

  6. I would go with you rather than staying home.

Which of the above sentences are acceptable?

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These are:

1. I would rather go with you than stay home.

#4 and #6 are possible, but less common, require a specific contextual structure, and carry a slightly different meaning:

  1. I would go with you rather than stay home.
  2. I would go with you rather than staying home.