Talking about Dislikes
There are many ways to talk about things you don’t likes. Below you will find some sentence starters and example sentences.
- I don’t like…
- I don’t enjoy…
- I dislike…*
- I hate…
- My least favorite ______ is…
- I don’t like fish.
- I don’t like to pick up after my kids.
- I don’t enjoy eating spicy food.
- I don’t enjoy talking to my boss.
- I dislike this song.*
- I hate bugs.
- I hate crying babies. They give me a headache.
- My least favorite food is spinach.
- My least favorite season is winter.
* Dislike is not very commonly used in American English. You can use it and it is correct but not used as often as ‘don’t like’ or ‘hate’.
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