“I Don’t Like It” – English Tips

Written by Student Life, Tips & Tricks

When someone offer you something or share with you an idea about a particular thing, but you “don’t like it”. How could you express it to them verbally without hurting their feeling or showing a disrespectful manner? Using the wrong English expression or phrases might damage your relationship with other international friends, who you can only use English to communicate with them. You may even cause serious consequences when replying to strangers.

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So, instead of saying “NO, I DON’T LIKE IT,” here are some other phrases in English that you may want to note.

“That’s not for me.”

“I’ll give this a pass.”

“Thanks for your offer, I am afraid that I am not a big fan of it.”

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“I’m not interested in that.”

“I might take it into consideration”

“Let me have a think about it.”

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“I appreciate your thought, but…….”

“That’s a fascinating idea, however……”

“I might give it as a rain check.”

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“No, thank you.”

“I’m alright, thanks.”

“That’s very lovely, but thank you.”

 

Last modified: June 6, 2016

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