When you don't like/ approve of something, you need to show this and express yourself.
What do you think about the world right now?
I think it has gone upside down.
Do you really feel like this?
Yeah, one hundred percent.
Well, when you don't like/ approve of something, you need to show this and express yourself.
I know, I know.
I hope that helps.
Have a great day.
It's important to express yourself when you don't like something.
You must express yourself when you don't like something.
Both of these sentences have practically the same words and structures with the key difference coming at the beginning of the phrase. Notice that we can either say, "it's important," or, "you must," to have the same meaning.
I really don't like this/That
This/That is not my favorite.
I have another preference.
If there is something you don't like or approve of there are many ways that you cna express this such as the following : -
1. I really don't like this/that.
2. That/This is not my favorite.
3. I really don't like this that, If I had to choose I would anothert oe.
There are times when there will be things that we don't like, and if we have to express that theese are some expressions that we can use,
I really hate doing this!
I can't stand doing this!
It really gets my goat doing this!
'To get one's goat' means to make someone annoyed or angry.
If you 'can't stand' doing something then it is intolerable or virtually intolerable to do it.
If you 'really hate' something, iot means that you detest it.
Please tell me if you do not like something.
Please tell me if you don't agree with something.
Both of these are correct and will probably suffice in any setting.
1) Please tell me if you do not like something- This can be used when you are maybe in a business situation and you have to satisfy a client. You could be presenting an idea and they look like they might not like it, then you would state the first sentence. It can be used in different situations as well, not just business.
2) Please tell me if you don't agree with something- this can be used in a debate/ argument. For example: You are debating with your friend about an app on your phone and you are listing the perks, then you would tell your friend "Please tell me if you don't agree with something."
It is important to be open about your feelings.
Please communicate any misgivings that you have.
You need to tell me if there is something you don't like.
To encourage somebody to express their feelings on a subject we use such phrases as, 'being open and honest'.
In a formal situation, the 2nd sentence is perfect because I have replaced the more artistic, emotional word 'express' with a more solid, direct word 'communicate'. The word 'misgivings' means any worries or doubts.
The final sentence is direct and informal. It wouldn't be suitable in a professional environment but rather to a friend or family member.
You need to speak up and say you do not approve.
When you do not like something you must let us know.
Here are two sentences to use to tell someone to voice their opinion when they do not agree or approve.
"You need to speak up and say you do not approve."
Speak up - Express your thoughts/opinions for others to hear.
Do not approve - something you do not agree with or believe is right.
"When you do not like something. you must let us know."
Let us know - Say something, tell someone. You must express your disapproval.
It's important to express how you feel.
If you don't like something, it's important to express that.
When you do not like something or do not approve of something you have to express it, how else are people going to know you do not like it if you do not say anything?
A; Do you want to go clubbing tonight?
B; No thank you, I hate clubbing.