Here are some expressions that you can say if you really like something.
I love chocolate cake. I love playing basketball.
I like cats. I like dancing.
I fancy reading. I fancy taking a stroll at the park.
I enjoy foreign films. I enjoy running. I enjoy
I’m crazy about him. I’m crazy about math.
I’m mad about facebook. I’m mad about Netflix. .
I’m keen on going to the beach. I’m keen on reading books.
I’m fond of her. I’m fond of ice cream.
I adore little puppies.
When you hate or don’t like something, here are some expressions you can use.
I hate cockroaches. .
I don’t like broccoli.
I don’t fancy her.
I can’t stand being in crowded places.
I can’t bear lazy people. .
I can’t put up with lying and cheating.
I’m fed up with Anna.
I’m sick of homework.
I’m tired of oatmeal.
He really bugs me.
I can’t stand quiet places.
I detest tardy people.
I loathe pancakes.
Expressing Indifference. If you neither like nor dislike something, here are some expressions that you can say.
I don’t mind doing the laundry.
It doesn’t bother me if you smoke.
It doesn’t matter to me if you go or not.
It makes no difference to me what movie we watch.
I don’t care about what I am going to eat tonight.
I couldn’t care less about what you think.