I care little/ a bit


Hi everyone!

I'd like to know if I can use "little" and "a bit" interchangeably in these sentencese:

1 "I care little about you."

2 "I care a bit about you."

Do they have the same meaning?

Is it the same if I say: "I care a little about you", "I care bit about you" ?

Thanks! :)
  • Florentia52

    Modwoman in the attic
    English - United States
    "I care little about you" essentially means "I don't care about you."

    "I care a little about you" (or "a bit) means "I have some affection for you, although not a great amount."

    "I care bit.. " is not correct.
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