Ex- "Je n'aime pas les foules et je déteste danser" from "I don't like crowds and I hate dancing"I came up with "Je deteste les foules et je hate danser"
Some vernacular examples would help.
Freeform Writing Exercise A1
As there's a negation in the English sentence, the expected answer will include a negation too (especially as it is an A1 exercise). Also, "détester" is far stronger than "not liking [something]".
I took a look at your answer for this snippet, which was "je hait dancer" -> je hais danser
You are correct that "haïr" is a correct alternative to use for "to hate". It's now been added as well as "avoir horreur de".
See here: to hate - Aimer = to love, like something/someone in French
I hope this is helpful.
Bonne journée !
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