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El Verbo GUSTAR In English, the equivalent is to like Spanish One ch.1.

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2 El Verbo GUSTAR In English, the equivalent is to like Spanish One ch.1

3 Por ejemplo: In English we say: I like Spanish. En español decimos: Me gusta el Español.

4 I like the beach I like the beach. In English: I is the subject like is the verb the beach is the direct object En español: the beach is the subject to please is the verb me is the indirect object

5 En Español…: The word order is actually backwards: The indirect object comes first:Me Then the verb:gusta Finally the subject of the verb:la playa. Make it negative by adding no at the beginning.

6 Four Keys Things that are different with Gustar 1. It only has two conjugations: a. gusta b. gustan

7 Four Keys Things that are different with Gustar 1.It only has two conjugations: 2.It is conjugated based on what comes after it. Gusta- singular direct object Gustan- plural direct object

8 Gusta=singular nouns Gustan=plural nouns =two or more singular nouns

9 Four Keys Things that are different with Gustar 1.It only has two conjugations: 2.It is conjugated based on what comes after it. 3. It always uses an Indirect Object Pronoun.

10 Who is doing the liking? Indirect Object Pronouns:Me(Yo)Te(Tú)Le(él/ellausted)Nos(nosotros)-weLes(ellos,ellas Ustedes)-they/you all

11 Me gusta… / Me gustan… Te gusta… / Te gustan… Le gusta… / Le gustan… Nos gusta… / Nos gustan… Les gusta… / Les gustan… Me gusta… / Me gustan… Te gusta… / Te gustan… Le gusta… / Le gustan… Nos gusta… / Nos gustan… Les gusta… / Les gustan… I like… You like… He / she / You like(s)… We like… They / you all like… ==

12 Four Keys Things that are different with Gustar 1. It only has two conjugations: 2.It is conjugated based on what comes after it. 3. It always uses an Indirect Object Pronoun. 4. It may also use an I.O. clarifier: A mí, a tí, A él, a ella, a usted, a ellos/ellas/ustedes, A nosotros. Used mainly w/él,ella,usted & their Plurals to clarify who is the specific person doing the liking. Used The first time the person/persons are spoken about. Ex: Le gusta la música de Shakira. WHO are you talking about? A él le gusta la música de Shakira. A boy… more specific A Paco le gusta la música de Shakira. Very specific-Paco likes.

13 ¿Cómo se dice? I like coffee. Coffee is pleasing to me. el café.gustaMe

14 ¿Cómo se dice? You like Italian food. Italian food is pleasing to you. la comida Italiana.gustaTe

15 ¿Cómo se dice? I dont like classical music. Classical music is not pleasing to me. la música clásica.gustaNo me

16 ¿Cómo se dice? Do you like soccer? fútbol soccer?¿Te gusta el

17 ¿Cómo se dice? I like pizza and salad la pizza y la ensalada.Me gustan

18 ¿Cómo se dice? You like history and spanish. History and Spanish are pleasing to you. la historia y el español. gustanTe

19 ¿Cómo se dice en español? ¿What do you like? Elena likes pizza. We dont like homework. They like jazz and classical music. Do you like basketball? You like mexican food, right? ¿Qué te gusta ? (A Elena) le gusta la pizza. No nos gusta la tarea. (A ellos)Les gustan la música clásica y el jazz. ¿Te gusta el baloncesto? Te gusta la comida mexicana, ¿verdad?


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