Useful Expression: “I’m not a big fan of (something)”

 

JDKFV_P67HHP.pngYou can say “I’m not a big fan of . . .” or “I’m not a huge fan of . . .” to express that you don’t like something/someone very much.

More examples:

  • I’m not a big fan of Harry Potter.
  • I’m not really a fan of Boyzone, but I’m a huge fan of Ronan Keating. I have all his albums.

To express that you like something/someone very much, say “I’m a big fan . . .” or “I’m a huge fan of . . .”.

 

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