...not even a comment?!?...I don't like it!
You know why? Because one cannot simply try to stay sober while translating this sentence. Comments here are automatically assumed to be immature.
Can "them" only refer to people? Or can you use it like this "What do you think of spoons" "I don't like them".
I would like to know that as well.
is there such word as malsatas, or does it have to be ne satas
No, the mal- rule only applies to adjectives with clear opposites. I think to say I don't like, you would simply say "mi ne šatas". Although there may be a verb for not liking.... Not sure.
Wouldn't "malŝati" be "to dislike"?
Thanks. I was just wondering, because the word for to hate is malami (the opposite of love - ami)
Aren't malami and ami the infinitives of malamas and amas though
I said you likes them lol. I'm forgeting English