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Giving your opinion | Saying “I don’t like it” in different ways
That’s not for me.
This is a neutral way of explaining that you are not interested in something.

I’m not into it.
It is an informal way of saying that you do not find it interesting.

I’ll pass.
This is a quick way of saying we are not interested in a suggestion.

I’m not fond of it.
It is an informal for saying you don’t like it very much.

I dislike it.
This is a formal way of saying “I don’t like it”. It is very direct and could cause offense to some people.

I am not crazy about it.
It is similar to “not be fond of something”.

I don’t appreciate that.
This way of expressing dislike is great for professional and serious conversations.

I’ve had enough.
You want something to stop because it is annoying you.

I’m not a big fan of it.
It means we do not like something very much.

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