1.If you love something(Jika Anda mencintai sesuatu)
“I love eating ice-cream.”
“I adore sun-bathing.”
2.If you like something a lot(Jika Anda sangat sesuatu )
“She’s fond of chocolate.”
“I like swimming very much.”
3.If you like something
“He quite likes going to the cinema.”
“I like cooking.”
4.If you neither like nor dislike something[antara suka dan tidak /biasa saja]
“I don’t mind doing the housework.”
5.If you don’t like something[Jika Anda tidak menyukai sesuatu]
“She doesn’t like cooking very much.”
“He’s not very fond of doing the gardening.”
“I dislike wasting time.”
6.If you really dislike something[Jika Anda benar-benar tidak menyukai sesuatu]
“I don’t like sport at all.”
“He can’t stand his boss.”
“She can’t bear cooking in a dirty kitchen.”
“I hate crowded supermarkets.”
“He detests being late.”
“She loathes celery.”
Things to remember…
Dislike is quite formal.
Fond of is normally used to talk about food or people.
The ‘oa’ in loathe rhymes with the ‘oa’ in boat.
To talk about your general likes or dislikes[Suka atau Tidak suka], follow this pattern: like something or like doing something.
Be careful where you put very much or a lot. These words should go after the thing that you like.
For example, “I like reading very much.” NOT “I like very much reading.”