"Do you not like scary movies?"


July 26, 2017



so ... いや is refering to 嫌

August 16, 2017


What does いや mean? It's come up in my review and I never got a question with this word...

November 30, 2017


Since the question seems to be a reaction to something that was said, i answered "いやんですか" instead of "いやですか". Was it wrong?

August 11, 2017


'いやん' is casual spoken word. '〜ですか' is a neat form. Like that conbination is strange.

Especialy it is strange a man use. : )

(And I think a reaction will occuar 'after' this question.)

August 11, 2017


If you want to use ん here, it would be いやなんですか。

May 17, 2018

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    I don't understand why duolingo is using いや for dislike, when that is one of the more severe words for expressing distaste for something. I personally associate the word as something closer to the English word "repugnant" rather than dislike (好きじゃない)。

    June 6, 2018


    怖い映画は嫌ですか is not accepted. WHY?

    July 18, 2018


    Well, this is new...when I type "怖い映画は好きじゃないですか?" I'm rejected for not including "きみは"....if the 'you' is not understood here, who exactly would I be addressing? Is this someone's way of making it super clear of how informal ”好きじゃない" is?

    February 27, 2018


    I have 2 confuse in this sentence : First : i think "Don't you like scary movie?" Or both are right? Second : where is "not" in the answer?(Dewanai/janai)

    July 31, 2018


    Yes no?! Whaat? Erm .. Is that like.. Dislike?

    September 5, 2017


    Acording to dictionary: "disagreeable, detestable, unpleasant, reluctant"

    September 11, 2017
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