Today’s useful conversation phrase is, “I don’t really like...”
This is used to express dislike.
It’s not as strong as saying, “I don’t like...” “I don’t really like...” means that you think something is okay, but you’re not really a fan of it.
A: “Have you seen Game of Thrones?”
B: “Yes, but I don’t really like fantasy. I prefer sci-fi.”
(In this example, B is saying that they don’t hate Game of Thrones but they prefer something else.)
A: “Are there any foods you don’t like?”
B: “I don’t really like chicken liver.”
(In this example, B might eat chicken liver sometimes but prefers to not eat it.)