aokugi (aokugi) wrote in linguaphiles,
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Spanish question

Hi everyone,

This just popped into my head: How do you say "I don't like you" in Spanish? More specifically, I'm wondering if it's appropriate/natural to say "No me gustas." It just seems kind of weird to me... like that's more suited to things as opposed to people. But it's not like I would really know :P

Thanks in advance!
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