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Gustar with infinitives Gustar with nouns In your grammar guides, behind subject pronouns please….
REVIEW: Literally means: TO BE PLEASING English translation: LIKE Examples: I like to skateboard Do you like to talk on the phone?
When GUSTAR is followed by an action verb, ALWAYS in the infinitive form, you ALWAYS use the singular form (box 3) of gustar = GUSTA You like to eat pizza at 12:30. I like to have orange juice when I eat cereal.
In Spanish, you generally only use two forms of the verb gustar: GUSTA : with singular nouns Me gusta la pizza. GUSTAN: with plural nouns OR more than one singular noun Te gustan las uvas. Te gustan la pizza y el chocolate. Me gustan el pan, el yogur, y el cereal.
There are 5 different pronouns to use in front of the verb gustar. They match with the person who is being pleased or the person who is doing the liking. SINGULARPLURAL Me - to meNos - to us Te - to youX Le - to you/him/ her Les - to them/ you all
Write the English meaning: Nos gusta comer pizza. A ellos les gusta el pan. A el le gustan las galletas. Write the Spanish. They like apples. We like soft drinks. She likes breakfast. You all like ham & cheese sandwiches.