"A me non piace il cioccolato."
Translation:I do not like chocolate.
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I wanted to type the same thing! I think all of us chocolate lovers should meet at a San Gines in Madrid to discuss this whole chocolate thing over a hot cup of chocolate (as opposed to a regular cup of "hot chocolate" like most other places) lol...but seriously folks, I'm stalling here because the clitics lesson has my head spinning and I needed a mental break! Can anyone swear to me that if you study clitics enough you will actually understand what the friggin' heck is going on? Just when I think I'm starting to get it I get kicked back to square zero. Non mi piace clitics!
"Piace" doesn't actually mean "he likes" or "she likes", it means "it is pleasing". "Piaccio" means "I am pleasing".
Non piaccio al cioccolato - I'm not pleasing to chocolate / chocolate does not like me
A me non piace il cioccolato - The chocolate is not pleasing to me / I don't like chocolate