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Let's suppose that I liked that girl.

Pal: Did you like that girl?
Me: Yes, I did.
Pal: Did you not like that girl?
Me: Yes, I did.
Pal: You liked that girl, did not you?
Me: Yes, I did.
Pal: You did not like that girl, did you?
Me: Yes, I did.

The last two instances are quite uncertain for me. I am not sure whether I should take "did" or "didn't" into consideration for me to answer yes or no. I have just learnt that we need to say "yes" if we disagree, "no" if we agree when the question has negative word like "didn't", "haven't" and "wasn't". Please clear my confused mind, thanks.
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Pal: Did you like that girl?
Me: Yes, I did.
Pal: Did you not like that girl?
Me: No, I did.
Pal: You liked that girl, did you not?
Me: Yes, I did.
Pal: You did not like that girl, did you?
Me: No, I did
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Dear Mister Micawber,

Please forgive my chiming in.

Do all the sentences above mean Pal like that girl? Thank you.

Regards,

TN
Yes, they do to me. Though I would probably not express it in some of those ways, I was trying to follow your model.
Hi Mister Micawber,

Me: I like steaks, and I don't like pork. And my friend Don is serving me meal with pork. Are the following "yes" and "no" correct?

Don: You don't like pork, do you?

Me: Yes, I don't.

Don: You don't like steak, either?

Me: No, I don't (is it correct or should I use "No, I do")

Thank you.

TN
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(Me: I like steaks, and I don't like pork.)

Don: You don't like pork, do you?
Me: No, I don't.
Don: You don't like steak, either?
Me: Yes, I do!
Okay, one more example for me.

I like the game ABC.

Pal: Do you like the game ABC?
Me: Yes, I do.
Pal: Do you not like the game ABC?
Me: Yes, I do.

I hate the game ABC.

Pal: Do you like the game ABC?
Me: No, I don't.
Pal: Do you not like the game ABC?
Me: No, I don't.

Are the above correct? Thanks!
Sometimes it's hard to respond, Jesse, because the dialogues are not quite natural. Let me try to naturalize them a bit:

(I like the game ABC.)

Pal: Do you like the game?
Me: Yes, I do.
Pal: Don't you like the game?
Me: Yes, I do.

(I hate the game ABC.)

Pal: Do you like the game?
Me: No, I don't.
Pal: Don't you like the game?
Me: No, I don't.
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Okay many thanks to your reply. I think I am clear now.