08 Feb 12:22 PM
Japanese Near fluent
Question about English (US)
which one of those three sentences is correct when you give a statement about something in general? 1, "I don't like roses, I just don't like them" 2, "I don't like rose, I just don't like them" 3,"I don't like rose, I just don't like it"
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