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Gustar ¿Te gusta mi coche? Sí, me gusta mucho. Verbo Gustar Use gustar to talk about what a person likes, or literally, what is pleasing to them. Gustar.

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2 Gustar ¿Te gusta mi coche? Sí, me gusta mucho.

3 Verbo Gustar Use gustar to talk about what a person likes, or literally, what is pleasing to them. Gustar uses mainly AR conjugations It also HAS to be used with an indirect object pronoun

4 Verbo Gustar To say what I (yo) like, follow the following formula: To say you like 1 thing: A mi me gusta….. (Singular) To say you like more than one thing (does not include actions): A mi me gustan…. (plural)

5 Verbo Gustar Por ejemplo: A mí me gusta hacer la tarea A mí me gusta nadar A mí me gustan los lápices A mí me gustan las mochilas y las plumas

6 Verbo Gustar Note: if what is liked is not a thing but an activity (expressed by a verb in the infinitive form), gustar is used in the 3 rd person singular form- gusta. Wrong: Me gustan bailar y cantar Correct: Me gusta bailar y cantar

7 Verbo Gustar To say what you (tú)like to follow the following formula… To say you like 1 thing: A tí te gusta …. To say you like more than one thing (does not include actions): A tí te gustan….

8 Verbo Gustar Por ejemplo A tí te gusta ver la tele A tí te gusta jugar los video juegos y cantar A tí te gustan los libros

9 Verbo Gustar- Asking questions How do you ask what someone likes or likes to do? Q: ¿ Qué te gusta hacer? What do you like to do? A: Me gusta correr I like to run

10 Verbo Gustar- Preguntas How do you ask what someone doesnt like or like to do? Q: ¿Qué NO te gusta hacer? What do you NOT like to do? A: A mí NO me gusta correr I DONT like to run.

11 Gustar - preguntas How do you ask specific questions about likes and dislikes? Q: ¿ Te gusta pescar? A: Sí, me gusta pescar. (No, no me gusta pescar)

12 Verbo Gustar How do you say that you like something A LOT or NOT AT ALL Me gusta mucho ________ I like _________ a lot No me gusta NADA ______ I dont like ______ at all

13 Ejemplos A mi me gusta bailar A mi me gusta correr A mi me gusta leer Me gusta bailar Me gusta correr Me gusta leer

14 Gustar- conversation Ana ¿ Qué te gusta hacer? What do you like to do? Pedro: Me gusta correr I like to run Juan: A mi también Me too (I like it too)

15 Gustar- Conversation Ana ¿ Te gusta bailar? Do you like to dance? Pedro: No, no me gusta bailar No I dont like to dance (No, no me gusta nada bailar) Juan: A mi tampoco Me neither (I do not like it either)

16 Verbo Gustar- confusing sentences No me gusta correr I dont like to run No, no me gusta correr No, I dont like to run No, me gusta correr No, I like to run ¿ Te gusta bailar?

17 Verbo Gustar What to you like to do more? (What is more pleasing to you?) ¿Qué Te gusta más? ¿bailar o cantar? (What do like best? To dance or to sing?) Me gusta más bailar. (I like more to dance) No me gusta ni bailar ni cantar. (I dont like to dance nor to sing) Me gustan las dos. (I like to do both)

18 Gustar = to be pleasing gusto gustas gusta gustamos gustáis gustan Gustar is a completely regular -ar verb in its conjugation. Gustar is used to express preferences, likes, and dislikes; however, gustar means to be pleasing, and is constructed very differently from the English to like.

19 The verb gustar is used exclusively with indirect object pronouns me te le nos os les

20 Again, the verbs gustar, encantar, etc. are used exclusively with indirect object pronouns me te lele nos os les (a mí) (a ti) (a usted) (a él) (a ella) (a nosotros) (a vosotros) (a ustedes) (a ellos) (a ellas) These are mandatory (for clarification or emphasis) The prepositional forms are optional

21 me gusta. El españolel español. I like Spanish. Spanishis pleasingto me. Me gusta It turns out, then, that the sentence in Spanish is exactly the reverse of that in English, in its sense, and also in its word order.

22 I like it. In English, we say... In Spanish, it becomes the subject of the sentence and we say instead... Its pleasing to me. Gustar = to be pleasing In Spanish, the thing or things that we like are expressed as being pleasing to us.... where it is the direct object. I is then expressed as the indirect object phrase to me.

23 I like Spanish. Spanishis pleasingto me. El españolgustame. But, of course, in Spanish, pronouns must be placed before conjugated verbs. me gusta. In Spanish, this would literally be... Now, it so happens that, by convention, the subject (in this case El español) is generally placed at the end of the sentence with this type of construction. Lets start by talking about something we all like. Following the format on the previous slide, we would say...

24 gusto gustas gusta Since most of the things or people that please us are expressed in third person, the two forms of gustar that are used most commonly are gusta and gustan gustamos gustáis gustan Nos gusta el flan que hace la abuela. No le gustan los huevos. We like the flan that grandma makes. She doesnt like eggs.

25 Of course, it is possible to use other forms. Gustas, for example is used frequently. Me gustas (tú). You please me. (I like you.) When gustar is used with one or more infinitives, only the third person singular is used. Me gusta leer. Me gusta leer, jugar fútbol, y viajar.

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28 Me gusta ese restaurante. Gustar is used with indirect object pronouns I like that restaurant. ¿Te gusta el té helado? Do you like iced tea? Le gustan mucho las zanahorias. He likes carrots a lot. No nos gusta el yogur. We dont like yogurt. Les gusta cenar en casa. They like to eat dinner at home.

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