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    zhengl_2000 Guest

    Default The negative form of" I like sth better."

    Dear friends:

    I like the weather in NY. but I like the weather in L.A better.

    How to say:
    I don't the weather in L.A. but I hate the weather in NY more?

    Do you use " more" ? Is the above sentence correct in American English?

    or what 's the best way to say?

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: The negative form of" I like sth better."

    Quote Originally Posted by zhengl_2000
    Dear friends:

    I like the weather in NY. but I like the weather in L.A better.

    How to say:
    I don't the weather in L.A. but I hate the weather in NY more?

    Do you use " more" ? Is the above sentence correct in American English?

    or what 's the best way to say?

    Thanks.
    I don't like the weather in L.A. but I hate the weather in N.Y even more.

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    AintFoolin Guest

    Default Re: The negative form of" I like sth better."

    hate it worse

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