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Common English Expressions: Like/Dislike

Useful Expressions-Like-Dislike

Like means to feel attraction toward something or take pleasure in something. It is to enjoy or approve of something or someone. Dislike is a feeling of aversion or disapproval. It is something that a person habitually does not like or enjoy. Here are the most commonly used expressions for Like or Dislike.

LIKE

  I like…
  I love…
  I enjoy…
  I adore…
  I’m happy
  I’m crazy
  I’m crazy about…
  I’m mad about…
  I’m interested in…
  I’m keen on…
  I’m quite keen on…
  I’m fond of…
  This is just what I…
  It’s fine
  It’s perfect
  It’s OK
  It’s OK now


DISLIKE

  I dislike
  I don’t like…
  He/She doesn’t like…
  I hate…
  I’m not happy
  I’m not satisfied
  This is not what I need
  I’m not interested in…
  I can’t bear…
  I can’t stand

 

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GREETINGS INTRODUCING YOURSELF
INTRODUCING OTHERS APOLOGIZING
ENCOURAGING OTHERS EXPRESSING GRATITUDE
INVITING GIVING OPINION
COMPLIMENTING PERMITTING
AGREEING/DISAGREEING DESCRIBING SOMEBODY
EXPRESSING PLEASURE TAKING LEAVE
EXPRESSING SURPRISE COMPLAINING
SUGGESTIONS POSSIBILITY/IMPOSSIBILITY
RECOMMENDING OFFERING FOOD/DRINK
PREDICTING BUYING THINGS
WARNING
CHEERING

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