Are both sentences OK? There isn't anything that I don't like about you. There's nothing that I don't like about you.
Nov 30, 2017 4:15 PM
Answers · 4
Americans (and probably other native speakers) would normally drop the "that" in both sentences, so: "There isn't anything I don't like about you." "There's nothing I don't like about you." Otherwise, both are A-okay.
November 30, 2017
thats a kind of you [emoji][emoji][emoji]
November 30, 2017
Yes! These are both correct. I think it would be more common to hear the second one. Or maybe even to just say, "I love everything about you."
November 30, 2017
Hello Sinem, Both sentences are fine! Nico
November 30, 2017
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