What is the right way to say “Nobody like (likes) doing something”? What word I should use: like or likes?
There are two possible meanings here:
- Nobody likes Jim - in the sense that everyone dislikes Jim.
- There is nobody like Jim - in the sense that Jim is an unusual (unique) character.
This is independent of whether people generally like or dislike him.
OK, sorry, I've just noticed that the question was about liking doing something.
In that case, I agree with GetzelR's answer: it should be
Nobody likes going to school [or whatever].