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How would you say this sentence please?

1 I would have preferred he did that (rather) than went out./I would prefer he does that (rather) than he goes out.

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Well, it depends on the time that all this is taking place.

I would suggest:

I would prefer that he do that rather than go out. (current time)

I would have preferred that he had done that rather than having gone out. (past)
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I had one other question please?
Is this ok?

1 I'd rather she drove than me.

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Hi,
will it be wrong to say as:

I would have preferred him to do that rather than to go out(than going out)
That is in common usage. To be technically correct, it should be I (I'd rather she drove than (that) I drove.), but you are more likely to hear spoken what you have written.
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I would have preferred him to do that rather than to go out. (correct)