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HomoZapien...Or: I don't like any kind of music

Are you sure? I think the phrase could be interpreted as somebody don't like music at all. Couldn't it?
That's what is means! I like no kind of music = I don't like any kind of music.

CB
Cool Breeze

Okay.. But here..

And if I want to say that I don't like or prefer something special.. for instance I prefer no kind of music.

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..I in my previous post I didn't mean it. I was trying to make a different meaning. Somebody don't prefer any particular kind of music or Somebody prefer no particular kind of music .. I've googled both phrases and it seems like they aren't commonly used. That's why I was wondering about how to say that.

Thank you!
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HomoZapienSomebody don't prefer any particular kind of music or Somebody prefer no particular kind of music .. I've googled both phrases and it seems like they aren't commonly used.
I hope not!Emotion: smileSomebody is singular grammatically and requires a third person singular verb: Somebody doesn't prefer... Somebody prefers...

I don't think somebody is what you need here. I think you want to say: Some people like no kind of music. / Some people don't like any kind of music. That's what you say when you talk about people in general.

CB

I hope not!
Emotion: rofl

Yes.. "somebody" wasn't what I needed Emotion: smile I understand the rules, but this is one of my common mistakes - I take it as plural ) But when I was googling it I used "I".. So it had no effect Emotion: smile