i said i 'don't like' boring books rather than dislike or hate and it wasnt accepted as an answer
That is because the verb "hate" and "like" are different. Consider also that even in English "I hate something/someone" and "I don't like something/someone" are different. Hope I could help.
Is it incorrect to place particle -들 to a noun that not represents persons?
people don't really say "dislike" as much irl as they say "don't like" so i don't know why it was wrong
Grammatically it's not… "not like" is the negative form of "like", while dislike, though a compound word derived from "like", is grammatically a separate word with the opposite meaning.
"I don't like boring books" would be 나는 재미없는 책이 좋아하지 않아요, using the negative present-tense form of 좋아하다 "to like".
I don't like uninteresting books , should also be accepted. Reported on 14/03/2018