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¿Qué te gusta hacer?Gramática 1 Pronouns after prepositions Preview Pronouns Pronouns after prepositions Mí and tiMí and ti Adding emphasis Master Teacher.

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1 ¿Qué te gusta hacer?Gramática 1 Pronouns after prepositions Preview Pronouns Pronouns after prepositions Mí and tiMí and ti Adding emphasis Master Teacher Grammar Guys Teen Skits

2 ¿Qué te gusta hacer?Gramática 1 Pronouns Pronouns can stand for the same noun yet still have different forms, depending on how theyre being used in the sentence. Yo soy Javier.Tengo quince años y me gusta dibujar. Both stand for Javier

3 ¿Qué te gusta hacer?Gramática 1 Pronouns after prepositions You already know subject pronouns and the pronouns used with gustar. Pronouns have a different form when they come after prepositions, such as a (to), de (of, from, about), con (with) and en (in, on, at). ellas elloslesellos ustedes vosotros(as)osvosotros(as) nosotros(as)nosnosotros(as) ella élleél usted titetú mímeyo prepositiongustar AfterWithSubject

4 ¿Qué te gusta hacer?Gramática 1 Mí and ti The pronouns mí and ti combine with con to make the special forms conmigo and contigo.

5 ¿Qué te gusta hacer?Gramática 1 Adding emphasis With gustar, the phrase formed by a and a pronoun can be added to a sentence to clarify or emphasize who likes something. ¿A ti te gusta dibujar?A mí no me gusta. A ella le gusta. adds emphasis clarifies


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