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I don't feel like it
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. no tengo ganas
Why don't you want to meet up with the girls? - I don't feel like it.¿Por qué no quieres reunirte con las chicas? - Simplemente no tengo ganas.
b. no me apetece
But you already confirmed that you were going to the wedding. - Well, I don't feel like it now.Pero ya confirmaste que ibas a la boda. -Pues, no me apetece ahora.
c. no se me antoja
I have to write a financial analysis, but I don't feel like it.Necesito escribir un análisis financiero, pero no se me antoja.
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