"I don't have any bigoted thoughts on those people, but I'm not a person who likes everyone including criminals on the earth."
I heard that I can use "thought" instead of "but" for colloquial English. But how should I change above sentence by using "though"?
"Though" doesn't fit everywhere. "But" has its functions. They don't completely substitute for each other. I am a little bit lost. Your example needs a little more context.
Jungjou, it seems like you are very interested in speaking natural English. If I were you, I would watch tons of light-hearted movies in English. (Darth Vader probably speaks formally.) Ice Age is a kids' movie that might be good, and Shrek 2 might be good also.
Last edited by a_vee; 26-May-2012 at 00:03. Reason: Typo