Why not " I like that not"
'I like that not' would be a rather odd way of phrasing, wouldn't it? :-)
'I do not like that' or 'I don't like that'.
Indeed it would. I was under the mistaken impression that "sin" was the "not" part of the expression. "I like that not" sounds like a turn of phrase from the middle ages.
Why is it sometimes sin and sometimes seo?
Sin is that is seo is this is
In the full phrase it sounds like sin is pronounced "shen", but the individual word sounds like "shid"? Is this an accent thing or does the pronunciation change depending on how you use it?