"Je ne l'aime pas."
Translation:I do not like it.
Because in the French sentence there is l'. This "l'" replaces a noun in French, as it replaces a noun in English. For example:
l'avion. = I like the
--> Je l'aime. = I like it.
I hope that this helps. :-)
I'm surprised no one has asked this, but can't this also mean: "I don't like her/him?" I believe that we learned in previous lessons "la" or "le" can replace "Il/Elle".
This question is old, but for anyone reading, yes it can mean that as well. Although when you use 'aimer' with people it will mean 'love' not 'like'.
It translates to, "I do not love him/her" not, "I do not like him/her."