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I don't like literary theory, I can't imagine what would that be like..

That's my own sentence, but I've got no idea how to correct this.

  • Could you give context or what meaning you are trying to convey? – katatahito Jun 19 at 5:39
  • @ katatahito I was talking with my course mate, we were discussing the Literary Theory course and I'm quite bad at literature, the sentence was what I said, but I'm not even sure if it's okay or not. – Angyang Jun 19 at 5:44
  • I'm not sure how "I don't like X" and "I can't imagine what [it] (X) would be like" can both be true. – Edwin Ashworth Jun 19 at 14:51
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In your comment you mention that the context is:

I was talking with my course mate, we were discussing the Literary Theory course and I'm quite bad at literature, the sentence was what I said

In this case all you have to do is switch would and that to make:

I don't like literary theory, I can't imagine what that would be like.

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