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já tě mám rád; mám tě rád [or "ráda" if the speaker is a female]
Explanation: could also mean "I love you";
the English non-romantic sense of "I like you" is often expressed with more details filled in about what in particular does one like about somebody:
"rád si s tebou hraju", "I like to play with you", "líbí se mi jak to dělá", "I like the way you do it"
Zenny Sadlon Local time: 12:04 Native speaker of: Czech PRO pts in pair: 230