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Los verbos como gustar
Used with gustar (and verbs that work similarly) ME for “to me” = INOS for “to us” = we TE for “to you” = youX (os) LE for “to him/her/ you formal = he/she/you LES for “to them” = they(f) they(m) all of you
We use verbs like gustar to express reactions to things: Me gusta tu prendedor: I like your pin. Gracias, y ¡ a mí me gustan tus zapatos! Thanks, and I like your shoes!
What you are REALLY saying when you use gustar is that something is enjoyable, is pleasing, or brings enjoyment to someone: Me gusta tu prendedor: To me your pin is enjoyable. Gusta is the singular form of “gustar” because “prendedor” is singular. Me gustan tus zapatos: To me your shoes are pleasing. (gustan because shoes is plural!)
Pronouns as clarifiers: a mí (Me gusta) A someone else y a mí A nosotros(as) (nos gusta) a ti (Te gusta) X a él/ a ella / a usted (Le gusta) A ellos/a ellas/ a ustedes (Les gusta)
A for emphasis This can mean “I really like” or “Well, I like” (as in comparison to what someone else likes).
¡Practiquemos! 1.I like your medallion. ____________________________________________ 2.I like her freckles. ______________________________________________ 3.My friends like your dress. _______________________________________________ 4.The boys like denim pants. _________________________________________ 5.My dad likes my leather hat. _______________________________________ 6.Do you like my new jacket? _________________________________________
Verbs like gustar: Encantar To love, to like a lot Interesar To interest, to be interested by Faltar To be lacking, missing, in need of Quedarle bien To look good on someone Fascinar To fascinate, to be fascinated by Quedarle mal To look bad on someone Molestar To bother, to be bothered/annoyed by Importar To matter, to be important to Doler To hurt, to pain
The shirt looks bad on you: Te queda mal la camisa. Kids bother him: (A él) le molestan los niños.
1.The scarf (bufanda) looks good on you. ________________________________________ 2.The weather (el clima) really bothers me. _______________________________________ 3.I am not interested in your problems. ______________________________________ 4.Ismael’s new glasses bother him. ______________________________________ 5.It doesn’t matter to me. ____________________________________
6. You are missing a pencil. _________________________________________ 7. Biology fascinates us. __________________________________________ 8. Sara and I don’t like nature. _______________________________________ 9. My shoes hurt! _________________________________________ 10. The students love Mexican food! _______________________________________