"Do you like this?"
"No, I don't like it. I don't like at all."
"Do you like this one?"
"I like it very much."
"What do you think of this?"
"I like this one. What do you think of it?"
Like / Don't like
I like it.
I like it very much.
It's very nice.
I don't (do not) like it.
I don't like at all.
Man: Come in. Welcome to our new house.
Woman: What do you think of it?
Mother: I think it's very nice.
Father: I don't. I don't like small chairs.
Woman: What do you think of that table?
Father: I'm sorry. I don't like it. I don't like small tables.
Man: Coffee or tea? Which do you prefer?
Father: I don't like tea.
Mother: We prefer coffee.
I like... / I don't like...
I like big chairs/tables.
I like coffee.
I don't like small chairs/tables.
I don't like tea.
I prefer... / Which do you prefer?
Coffee or tea? Which do you prefer?
I prefer tea.
Monroe, Jack Lemmon, Tony
SOME LIKE IT HOT
Billy Wilder, US, 1959.
Woman: Shall we go to the cinema? Look! Marilyn Monroe!
Father: Marilyn Monroe! Ah!
Mother: It's an old film.
Father: But it's a very good film.
Woman: It's not bad, mother.
Man: Yes, Marilyn Monroe is very good.
Mother: No, I don't like old films. And I don't like Marilyn Monroe.
Woman: Shall we watch TV?
A good film
A good film.
An old film.
A very good film.
It's not bad.