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How to say things like, "you might like something"?

There are situations like this, where you've gone out to eat something and suggesting a food or music, and you say to someone that they should "give it a try, you never know, you just might like it".

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    "you might like something"  

    = すきかもよ。 = きにいるかもよ。 these two are very casual expression.
    = きにいるかもしれないよ。 common and ordinal expression. (slightly casual)
    = きにいるかもしれません。 this one is written in desu-masu form (polite expression).
    = おきにめすかしれません。shop keepers should say like this to their customers. (very polite)

    let me know if you need more explanations :)

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