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Simple Gustar (great for when people already know who you are talking about) EnglishSpanish Singular EnglishSpanish plural I likeme gusta(n)We (X and I)

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1 Simple Gustar (great for when people already know who you are talking about) EnglishSpanish Singular EnglishSpanish plural I likeme gusta(n)We (X and I) likenos gusta(n) You like (familiar) te gusta(n)Yall like (in Spain) os gusta(n) You like (formal) le gusta(n)yall like (Lat. Am) les gusta(n) He likesle gusta(n)They like (m)les gusta(n) She likesle gusta(n)They like (f)les gusta(n)

2 When do you use full gustar? Full gustar (to like) is used for emphasis, and whenever a name, pronoun, or noun must be used to clarify who you are talking about. For example, you cannot answer the question, ¿A quién le gusta el helado? with a simple Le gusta(n), because it could mean you like, he likes, or she likes. You must be more specific and say Mary likes ice cream. To do this you must use her name, which means you must use A + name, the full gustar: A María le gusta el helado. The full gustar equation: A + (pronoun/name/noun) + (no) simple gustar A ella le gustan los carros (She likes cars.) A Maria le gustan los carros. (Maria likes cars.) A la muchacha le gustan los carros. (The girl likes cars.)

3 Full n fancy Gustar using pronouns Note that these pronouns are the same as subject pronouns except for the first two. The rest you already know. EnglishSpanish SingularEnglishSpanish plural I like A mí me gusta(n) We (X and I) like A nosotros nos gusta(n) You like (familiar) A ti te gusta(n) Yall like (in Spain) A vosotros os gusta(n) You like (formal) A ustedle gusta(n) yall like (Lat. Am) A ustedesles gusta(n) He likesA élle gusta(n) They like (m)A ellosles gusta(n) She likesA ellale gusta(n) They like (f)A ellasles gusta(n)

4 Full n fancy Gustar using pronouns – test yourself ! EnglishSpanish SingularEnglishSpanish plural I likeWe (X and I) like You like (familiar) Yall like (in Spain) You like (formal) yall like (Lat. Am) He likesThey like (m) She likesThey like (f)

5 Full n fancy Gustar using names (some of this is more advanced than you will need) EnglishSpanish SingularEnglishSpanish plural I likeA míme gusta(n) Miguel and I likeA Miguel y a mí nos gusta(n) You like (familiar) A títe gusta(n) You and Miguel like (in Spain) A Miguel y a tí os gusta(n) You like (formal) A ustedle gusta(n) You and Miguel like (Lat. Am) A Miguel y a tí/usted les gusta(n) Miguel likes/ Mr. Roll likes A Miguel/ Al señor Roll le gusta(n) Miguel and Rosa like (m) Mr. & Mrs. Ward like A Miguel y a Rosa / Al señor y a la señora Ward les gusta(n) Rosa likes A Rosale gusta(n) Rosa and Maria like (f) A Rosa y a María les gusta(n)

6 Full n fancy Gustar using nouns (again, some is more advanced than you may need to produce but it helps explain what you read) EnglishSpanish SingularEnglishSpanish plural I likeA míme gusta(n) Your friends and I like A tus amigos y a mí nos gusta(n) You likeA títe gusta(n)You and the kids (in Spain) like A los chicos y a tí os gusta(n) You likeA ustedle gusta(n)You and the students like (Lat. Am) A tí/usted y a los estudiantes les gusta(n) The dog likes Al perrole gusta(n)My friends like (m) A mis amigos les gusta(n) The girl likes A la chica le gusta(n)The girls like (f) A las chicasles gusta(n)


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