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how do you say 'I don't like you anymore' in Spanish? please help! thanks!(:

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The Spanish translation is:
No me gusta tu nada mas. (the "a" in mas and the "u" in tu have accents, but it will not show)

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Ya no te quiero. That is how you say it. The one above says "you don't like me anymore"

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Actually you said, "I already don't like you."
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I mean, "I already don't want you."
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I fixed my answer.
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Me no gusta te nada mas. That would be the translation.

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You can't put yo in front of gustar.
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That's strange. I seem to do that often, and I am a native Spanish speaker...
Been speaking it for 19 years..
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Really? I was told it is not allowed.
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Misread your comment!
Thank you for pointing it out!
You are correct!
That is allowed, but it doesn't sound very formal.
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That's true not very formal. No problem. One more thing... I am pretty sure it is "no me gusta," but I could be wrong.
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Well, You are both right and wrong.
You can use both, but the way I put it is much more..."Relaxed".
"No Me" would be much more formal, but you can't always sound formal.
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Oh, ok.
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