There's a whole range of English expressions you can use to talk about how much you like or dislike something.
* If you love something
"I loveto eat / eating ice-cream."
"I adore sun-bathing."
* If you like something a lot
"I like to swim / swimming very much."
"She's fond of chocolate."
"I enjoy toread / reading a good novel"
* If you like something
"He quite likes to go / going to the cinema."
"I like to cook / cooking."
* If you neither like nor dislikesomething
"I don't mind to do / doing the housework."
* If you don't like something
"She doesn't like to cook / cooking very much."
"I dislike to waste / wastingtime."
*If you really dislike something
"I don't like sport at all."
"I hate crowded supermarkets."
Things to remember:
Dislike is quite FORMAL. It is NOT used ineveryday English.
Fond of is normally used to talk about food or people.
To talk about your general likes or dislikes, follow this pattern: likesomething 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, "Ilike reading very much." NOT "I like very much reading."
Me gusta ir al cine, ir a los toques de la banda con mi novio los fines de semana y cuando no tengo nada quehacer, me pongo a ver anime.
Me encanta comer copos de maíz es mi adicción desde que era una niña también me encanta tocar la guitarra y escuchar música. post-hardcore.No me gusta el reggaeton, el passa passa, no me importa si no lo hay. odio a los emos. son basura para mí.
no me gusta ver la televisión, es aburrido, y yo odio bailar.