How to talk about Likes and Dislikes
Key phrases for practice:
I like action movies.
I love snowboarding.
I don’t really like broccoli.
I don’t really like to read books.
I don’t care for fried food.
I don’t care for reggae music.
Which do you like more, soccer or baseball?
Which do you like more, camping or fishing?
What’s your favorite restaurant?
What’s your favorite kind of music?
Which actor do you like the most?
Which city do you like the most?
Click here for the Dialogue SCRIPT:
Steph: So Al, you’ve been in Tokyo for about a week now.
Al: Yeah, it’s great!
Steph: Are you having a good time?
Al: Yeah, definitely! For sure! It’s wonderful!
Steph: So I got to ask you…which do you like more, sushi or sashimi?
Al: Wow. Well, they’re both very good, but, you know, I like sushi.
Steph: What’s your favorite kind of sushi?
Al: Well, I really like tuna, but I don’t really like sea urchin.
Steph: Why not?
Al: It’s a bit bitter for my taste. A bit fishy.
Steph: All right.
Al: Yeah. How about you? What do you like?
Steph: Well, I definitely like tuna and salmon. Actually, to be honest, I like all kinds of sushi.
Al: All kinds of sushi?
Steph: All kinds. Absolutely.
Al: Wow, that’s fantastic.
Steph: And also, you know, I’ve taken you around Tokyo…all the different parts. Which area do you like the most?
Al: Well, I really liked Asakusa and Akihabara.
Steph: OK, yeah.
Al: It was…it was a lot of fun.
Steph: How about Roppongi?
Al: Roppongi? Well, to be honest, I didn’t care for Roppongi too much.
Steph: Oh no? Why not?
Al: It just…it kind of felt a bit dirty to me.