2For a body part that is plural, such as DEDOS, we use DUELEN Singular Verb DOLER is used very similarly as verb GUSTAR. We will only use two forms of it: DUELE and DUELENPluralFor a body part that is plural, such as DEDOS, we use DUELENSingularFor a body part that is singular, such CABEZA we use DUELE
3Another similarity between verbs DOLER and GUSTAR is the pronouns we use with them. We do not use regular subject pronouns such:Yo, tu, el, ella, nosotros, ellos, ellasWe use the same pronouns we use with GUSTAR:ME - MYTE - YOURLE – HIS,HERNOS - OURLES – THEIRLES (UDS.) – YOUR (PL.)
4Their back doesn’t hurt. No les duele la espalda. Even though we use regular POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES in English, we still use regular ME-TE-LE-NOS-LES pronouns in SpanishMy head hurts.Me duele la cabeza.Her legs hurt.Le duelen las piernas.Their back doesn’t hurt.No les duele la espalda.
5BE CAREFUL NOT TO TRANSLATE: “MY HEAD HURTS” WITH “MI CABEZA DUELE”
6Translate the following sentences to Spanish. 1. His chest hurts.2. Their arms don’t hurt.3. Her back hurts.4. Our teeth hurt.5. Your feet hurt.6. His knee hurts.
77. Their fingers don’t hurt. 8. My shoulder doesn’t hurt.9. Her elbow doesn’t hurt.10. Does your tongue hurt?11. Do their legs hurt?12. Does his stomach hurt?13. Does your chest hurt?14. Our eyes don’t hurt.15. Do her knees hurt?