In this programme we're going to be looking at different ways of talking about things you neither like nor dislike. In earlier programmes we've looked at simple ways of saying that you like or don't like something. But sometimes you don't have a strong feeling about something, you neither like it nor dislike it. How do you express this? Well let's have look at some simple expressions and we'll also see how important pronunciation is to meaning. In the earlier programmes we've used the situation of someone trying to arrange a dinner party and trying to find food which everyone likes. Let's stick with that and hear different answers to this question. It's OK . It's OK. This doesn't mean he likes it, or dislikes it, but we do get the impression it's maybe not a favourite.