I like a doctor’s profession.
They like the Bollywood movies.
We like fruits.
You like her hairstyle.
I like chocolates.
Add an ‘s’ for she, he and it.
He likes vegetables.
She likes the zoo.
It likes cold water.
Add ‘don’t’ or ‘doesn’t’ for negatives.
I don’t like sweets.
They don’t like fruits.
She doesn’t like the museum.
He doesn’t like movies.
We don’t like green leafy vegetables.
We say… We don’t say…
Do you like grapes? (NOT You like grapes?)
Does he like the theatre? (NOT He likes the theatre?)
Do they like soups? (NOT You like soups?)
Does she like teaching? (NOT She likes teaching?)
(When we ask a normal question, we say Do you like + noun?however, for showing surprise,we can say You like + noun?)