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El Verbo Gustar

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Meghan Ray

on 19 September 2013

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Transcript of El Verbo Gustar

El Verbo Gustar
Gustar: to like
Literally meaning "to be pleasing to"
to talk about things people like, use a form of gustar + noun
If the noun is singular, use
gusta

If the noun is plural, use
gustan
To tell who likes something, use the following pronouns
me nos
te os
le les
To talk about what people like to do (activities),
use
gusta
+
infinitive
Me
gusta

leer
Te
gusta

escuchar
música
I like to read You like to listen to music
*Remember, gustar is different!
It always has 2 parts
1.
pronoun
-tells who likes something
2.
gusta/gustan
-tells what is being liked
*can have
prepositions
for clarification or emphasis

A nosotros

nos

gusta
el español
A vosotros

os

gustan
las hamburguesas
A Juan
le

gusta
jugar al fútbol



Me

gusta
la música (I like music)
Le

gustan
los perros (He likes the dogs)
Nos

gusta
la pizza (We like pizza)
Les

gustan
las frutas (They like the fruit)

*
gusta
because música & pizza are singular
*
gustan
because perros & frutas are plural
The following
prepositions
can be used to
clarify or emphasize

A mí
me
...
A ti
te
..
A él/ella/usted

le.
..
A nosotros

nos
...
A vosotros
os
..
A ustedes/ellos/ellas

les.
..
Me
gustan

los libros
*read backwards
The books

are pleasing

to me
(I like books)

Nos
gusta

el béisbol
*read backwards
Baseball

is pleasing

to us
(We like baseball)
Remember,

gusta
/
gustan
agrees with what is liked...not who likes something

gusta
televisión (singular)
gustan
perros
(plural)
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