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Paragraph on My Likes and Dislikes

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Question: Answer the following questions to form a continuous paragraph. (100 words)

  1. What do you think about someone having his/her likes and dislikes?
  2. What are your likes and dislikes?
  3. Are there any factors that have influenced you to have those particular likes and dislikes?
  4. Are you uncompromising about them?
  5. Do you create any problems in the family by having those likes and dislikes?

Answer: It is quite natural that everyone has his likes and dislikes. But these likes and dislikes vary from person to person. Regarding food habits, I like certain vegetables and I always prefer fish to meat, guava to apple, mango to jackfruit and so on. At home, I do use pajamas rather than lungi. Light green and off-white are my favorite colors. Yellow color never attracts my sight. I have an interest in classic Bangla songs but never prefer high-sounding pop songs. In my reading, my attraction is on the short stories and science fiction. I go to bed early and rise early in the morning. Religious fervor is always active in my mind and I disdain severely any sort of irreligious activity. I have a sound friend circle of my social status and I always avoid extravagant pomp and grandeur of the rich class. Cricket creates a spirit in me that football cannot do. Birds and flowers of all kinds are very dear to me. I never like cats and dogs. My sense of taste in different branches depends on my environment, which leads me to make my likes or dislikes. I am often influenced by my religious belief regarding my likes and dislikes. But other than religious restrictions, I am never too rigid about them. All the members of my family appreciate my likes and dislike as those are never irritating and problem-creating to them.


Paragraph about My Liking and Disliking

We all differ in many ways. Out of them all, one major area is on account of our likes and dislikes. The difference exists owing to our family background, a company of friends, and climatic conditions. Our likes and dislikes, however, give us an understanding of our inner self. Like all others, I too have a few likes and dislikes.

My first importance in my liking is cleanliness, which I consider next only to God. I also love those whose heart is clean, though their tongue might be bitter. I worship beauty in any form. To me, beautiful things are those which we never get tired of by seeing. When I look at an elephant, it fills me with ecstasy. Similarly, when I observe an ant and its work, I am filled with praise and admiration for it. I also like nature very much. This gives me great consolation. I feel great pain to see that in his mad pursuit for material possession, man has forgotten all about the real joy that comes from Nature. I like small children, hopping and jumping like free birds. Their faces are smooth and glossy. Their small fingers and toes win my admiration. Their sweet company makes me forget all my woes. On the other hand, I abhor a chain smoker. I don’t like flattery because flatterers are too dangerous to mix with. They can never be our true companions and friends. Lastly, I dislike false intellectual. Because it reminds me of the famous quote that:

‘Empty vessels sound much.’

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