How to use I-like-you in a sentence

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  • That's why I like you better.

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  • I think I like you better as a jaguar.

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  • I know you don't want me here, but I'm glad I came.  I like you best of all, Rhyn.  Maybe I should call you Dad.  Or Pops or Father.

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  • But you're my pompous ass, and I like you that way.

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  • You are the first and only one to whom I mention this, because I like you.

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  • The literal French translation of I like you is "Je t'aime."

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  • Je t'aime énormément is a formal way of saying I like you a lot.

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  • If you're looking for ways to say I like you in French, you may want to know a lot more French flirting conversational phrases as well as more details on romance and courtship in Francophone countries.

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  • Only because I like you.

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