If someone DOESN’T like 1 thing, add “no” in front:
If someone likes 2+ things, add an “n” to “gusta”:
If someone DOESN’T like 2+ things, add no, in front:
Gustar with Nouns To talk about the things that people like, use gustar + noun. I like ice cream. – (A mí) me gusta el helado This literally means It is pleasing to me. She likes french fries. – ( A Ella) le gustan las papas fritas. They are pleasing to her.
To emphasize: When you really want to emphasize or identify the person that you are talking about, add a+ noun/ pronoun. Sonia likes to read. She likes to read. A Sonia le gusta leer. A ella le gusta leer.
These are the pronouns that follow a: A mí= Me A ti= you (informal) A usted= you (formal) A él= he/him A ella= she/her A nosotros= us A nosotras= us A vosotros= y’all A vosotras=y’all (Spain) A ellos/ a ellas= they A mí, me gusta leer. A él, le gusta descansar. Me, I like to read. (Him, he likes to rest.)