Presentación del tema: "Property of Ashley E. Wood All PowerPoints are meant to be used in conjunction with personal instruction and self-practice. They are not meant to be self-sufficient."— Transcripción de la presentación:
Property of Ashley E. Wood All PowerPoints are meant to be used in conjunction with personal instruction and self-practice. They are not meant to be self-sufficient explanations of the grammar topics. For more instruction, please contact Profesora Madera directly.
A This a seems irrelevant, but to Spanish speakers, it is essential Mí Ti Ana Ella Él Ud Nosotros Ellos Uds. Who likes it (it can be any subject pronoun or name, except yo and tú) Indirect object pronoun to go with #2 Me Te Le Nos Les Usegusta for singular nouns and verbs (even lists of verbs), gustan for plural nouns Gusta Gustan - Chocolate - Correr - Perros - La clase de español What is being liked (can be verb or noun(s)) ++++
#1 always has to be there, independent of everything else. A #2 and #3 match with each other (i.e. create redundancy) – they are also independent of #s 4 and 5 Ella le Ellos les (etc) #4 depends on #5 and is independent of #s 2 and 3. gustan los perros gusta el chocolate gusta caminar
A mí me gustan los perros. A mi madre le gusta correr. A ustedes les gustan los chocolates. A nosotros nos gusta la clase de español. A Juan y a Ivan les gusta caminar en el parque. A ella le gusta bailar y comer.
Encantar (to love) Molestar (to bother) Fascinar (to fascinate) Quedar (to be left over) Faltar (to lack) Caer bien/mal (to like a person) Aburrir (to bore) Bastar (to be sufficient) Interesar (to interest) Dar asco (to disgust) Disgustar (to not like/disgust) Parecer (to seem) Doler (o->ue) (to hurt) Picar (to itch) Volver (o->ue) loco (to drive crazy) Irritar (to irritate) Repugnar (to disgust) Preocupar (to worry) Hacer gracia (to amuse) Convenir (to be suitable for) Cansar (to tire)