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    #1

    for my liking

    Hi,
    "She complains far too often for my liking"
    Does this sentence mean " She often complains and I like her complaint"?
    Thanks.

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    Re: for my liking

    "She complains far too often for my liking"

    I hate it, she complains too much. I wouldn't have minded if she complains less but this is beyond the limit.

    The candy is too sweet for my liking.
    It is way too sweet for me to like it.

    not a teacher

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