CBF 1:08 | Talking about likes and dislikes
In this episode you’ll learn how to express opinions about your likes and dislikes. We'll teach you the the necessary vocabulary to make your feelings known in French.
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I'm not a native French speaker so maybe I'm still misunderstanding but I don't believe "adorer" is used in that sense. I think it more accurately translates to an "adoration" or appreciation for something. For example, the one time I heard it used by a native French speaker, she was talking about her admiration of a certain species of bird "j'adore cet espèce!" A more accurate translation of "I love to dance" would be "j'aime beaucoup danser" or literally "I really like to dance".
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