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I don't like her
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. no me gusta
I don't want you hanging out with Jessica. I don't like her.No quiero que salgas con Jessica. No me gusta.
b. no me cae bien
Do you mind if Jo joins us? - I'd rather not. I don't like her.¿Te importa si nos acompaña Jo? - Preferiría que no. No me cae bien.
c. me cae mal
I just ran into my neighbor and she reminded me of why I don't like her.Acabo de toparme con mi vecina y me hizo recordar por qué me cae mal.
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