How to use double negative sentences properly?
The story is; yesterday during a talk with my friend, I spoke up a sentence like this:
"You don't like U2 are you ?"
But just when I was about to spoke up, I started to realize that there is another problem to me: I don't know what would it means if I restate it into below:
"You don't like U2 aren't you?"
[Context] In that period just before I spoke up the sentence, I had already recognized that he might not like U2, so what I truly wanted to express here is much like to double check if he really doesn't like U2.
BTW: Please tell me whether should I use mean or means in the line right after "another problem:" and "But just when I was about to [speak or spoke?] up.
Really appreciate your help=)
[I will choose the most helpful one and select it as a best answer to this question.][Crucial modification] Please compare, "you don't like U2 ,do you?" and " You don't like U2, don't you?"