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Use gustar to talk about the things you like to do. Ejemplo: I like to read We like to run.
Gustar is different… We dont use gustar with the usual subject pronouns.
Gustar Pronouns Gusta El infinitivo
Me gusta Te gusta Le gusta Nos gusta Os gusta Les gusta I like You like He/she likes We like Yall like They like
Because you are using gustar pronouns, you dont necessarily have to put a subject. If you want to put a subject, you have to write it differently.
When translating gustar, it does not get conjugated like most verbs… The only form that we will use for Spanish I is
What is an infinitive? The unconjugated form of the verb (ends in –ar/-er/-ir)
Bailar Cantar Comer Escribir Leer Nadar Patinar Trabajar Correr
If you want to say I like to read… Megustaleer
We like to run. The boys like to eat. Maria likes to skate. Nos gusta correr. Les gusta comer. Le gusta patinar.
You could have also written them like this… A nosotros nos gusta correr. A los chicos les gusta comer. A Maria le gusta patinar.
Me gusta …
Sí, me gusta bailar. (Yes, I like to dance.) *nota: remember, no also means dont No, no me gusta bailar. (No, I dont like to dance.)
Tell your partner that you like to do the following things
Tell your partner that you dont like to do the following activities.
Fill in the blank A Carlos _____ gusta correr. A Susana y Juan ______ gusta cantar. A mi _____ gusta patinar. A nosotros _____ gusta bailar.
In English, the equivalent is “to like”
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El verbo Gustar.
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