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We are pleased with your new attitude. Nos agrada tu nueva actitud.
The teacher is running out of patience. Al maestro se le acaba (está acabando) la paciencia.
Antonio was fascinated by her beauty. A Antonio le fascinó (fascinaba) su belleza.
They will be surprised by the results. Les sorprenderán los resultados.
When did Marta lose her boots? ¿Cuándo se le perdieron a Marta las botas?
His parents are pained by his lack of respect. A sus padres les duele su falta de respeto.
Sr. Martín, do you need pencils or pens? Sr. Martín, ¿le faltan (hacen falta) lápices o bolígrafos?
It will never dawn on you to be quiet. Nunca se te ocurrirá callarte.
It didn’t dawn on us to call José No se nos ocurrió llamar a José.
María’s excited about the plans. A María le estusiasman los planes.
They will be pleased to attend the meeting. Les agradará asistir a la reunión.
I have more than enough papel for everyone. Me sobra papel para todos.
Carmen, are you missing something? Carmen, ¿a ti te falta (hace falta) algo?
1.3 Gustar and similar verbs © and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc Al viajero le encantan los boleros.
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Of. and a to the in is you that it at be.
Grammar Capítulo 2B. Verbs like gustar Some verbs that seem like they should be reflexive actually follow the pattern that relates to gustar and are used.
GUSTA x ME GUSTA (GUSTAN = more than one item is pleasing) NOS GUSTA(N) TE GUSTA(N) x LE GUSTA(N) LES GUSTA(N)
CHAPTER 1B GRAMMAR Joanna Adam Ethan. NEGATIVE/AFFIRMATIVE EXPRESSIONS Sí (yes) Algo (something,anything) Alguien (somebody, anybody) Algún/alguna (some,
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The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
Object Pronouns Me, te, nos. Two Types of Object Pronouns There are two types of object pronouns: Direct and indirect Direct Object Pronouns (DOPNs) answer.
Verbs like gustar You know you love it.. Not like normal verbs Only two conjugations in present tense Only two conjugations in present tense Gusta/ gustan.
¡Me gusta!. WHAT DOES THE VERB GUSTAR MEAN? – It literally means – But most people will translate as Me gusta la pizza or To please The pizza is pleasing.
Capítulo 3 Lección 2. Gustar Aburrir Asustar Doler (o-ue) Encantar Enfurecer Enojar Faltar To like To bore To scare To hurt, have pain To enchant, delight.
Can you see?. I like him. When will we go? All or some.
Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns Together!!!! Los pronombres directos e indirectos.
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El verbo Gustar. Gustar = to be pleasing to In English its translated to I like In English we say I like dogs In Spanish we say The dogs are pleasing.
Verbs like Gustar. Definition Some verbs in Spanish follow the same rules as the verb gustar. When using gustar and verbs like gustar you need to use.
First Grade Sight Words a in I and is it for.
Lets build fluency! The people By the water You and I.
Gustar and Similar Verbs (Gustar y verbos parecidos) ¿Te gusta mi coche? Sí, me gusta mucho.
Negative and Affirmative Expressions In Spanish there can be more than one negative in a sentence. This is unlike English where there can only be one negative.
Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns Combined (Los pronombres de complemento directo e indirecto usados juntos)
Object Pronouns WHAT IS A DIRECT OBJECT? The direct object answers the question WHAT or WHO in regard to what the subject is doing. The direct object.
Then we have. to be there that was in I have a.
Refresher: Direct object pronouns. Direct objects receive the actions of the verb. The boy kicks the ball. The girl calls her friend. Pronouns are used.
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