Asking this other question has reminded me of another confusion I often have, one of my long standing bad habits that you'd think I'd have sorted after all this time in Japan.
I'm never quite sure how to end a list of two or more things. So, I want to say "I like apples and oranges."
Saying it this way seems weird, because of having
が together. It just feels weird in my mouth.
This next option also feels weird, though, because it's like saying, "apples and oranges and like".
Which is right? Or are both wrong?
Does it make a difference if there's more than two items?