Expressing Likes and Dislikes in English

If you want to express Likes and Dislikes in English, you can use these common phrases and expressions:

Expressing Likes:

I like…
I love…
I enjoy…
I adore…
I ‘m crazy about…
I’m mad about…
I’m keen on…

Examples:

I like dogs.
I love cooking.
I enjoy playing football.
I’m crazy about pizza.
I’m fond of rock music.
Do you like tennis? Yes, I do.

Expressing dislikes:

I don’t like…
I dislike…
I hate…
I can’t bear…
I can’t stand…

Examples:

I don’t like him.
I can’t stand these people.
I can’t stand this smell.
I don’t like washing dishes.
I hate going to the dentist.

 

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