How do you say 'because you like it' in French?

One way is to say "because you like it" is "parce qu'il te plaƮt," meaning "because it pleases you." (Il would be replaced by elle if the "it" in question refers to a noun that's feminine in French.)

"Parce que tu l'adore" directly translates to "because you adore it." If you say "parce que tu l'aimes" (aimer is the verb "to love" or "to like") it could be taken as referring to a person.