Dating likes dislikes

There is nothing worse than kissing someone who has dirty teeth and bad breath, so make sure your mouth has been freshly cleaned with a toothpaste and mouthwash.

One person's dating dislike may be an attractive feature for someone else and vice versa.

Here’s what we like and dislike about our new robot matchmakers.

LIKE: Meeting people in the comfort of one’s own home, instead of a smelly bar.

Whether you tell a little white lie or a whopping big lie, remember that sooner or later the truth will come out.

There's a whole range of English expressions you can use to talk about how much you like or dislike something."I love eating ice-cream.""I adore sun-bathing.""She's mad about that new boy band.""He's crazy about that girl.""She's fond of chocolate.""I like swimming very much.""He really likes that new golf course." (Remember to stress "really" in this sentence.)"He quite likes going to the cinema.""I like cooking.""I don't mind doing the housework."In reply to a question if you like something or not, you can say:"I don't really care either way.""It's all the same to me.""She doesn't like cooking very much.""He's not very fond of doing the gardening.""He's not a great fan of football.""Horse-riding isn't really his thing.""I dislike wasting time.""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."Dislike is quite formal.


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