UNIT_2_ROC_v2(2).pdf - SPAN 1102 CONCEPTS IN REVIEW UNIT 2 Represents an action that the subject does to himself The reflexive object has to match the

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SPAN 1102CONCEPTS IN REVIEW: UNIT 2Gustar-type VerbsA + name§for EMPHASIS, whenused withme, te, nos.§for clarification, whenused withle, les.(no)Indirect Object Pronounmenostelelesgusta(singular)§when followed by a singular object§when followed by an infinitive (or groupingof infinitives)gustan(plural)üwhen followed by a plural objectüwhen followed by several single objectsconnected by “y”üThe information in the gray area is the nucleus of the structure andMUST ALWAYSbe present.üFor the purposes of this class, we willONLYuse the singular (gusta) and plural (gustan) forms.üNOTHINGfollows the verbgustar, when saying, “I like it/them.”oDo you guys like peas?No, no nos gustan. (We don’t like them).oDo you like cheese?-Sí, me encanta. (Yes, I love it.)üDon’t forget the best translation:X is pleasing to me (you, him, her, us, them, you guys).üIf a noun followsgustarand it is not preceded by a definite word (i.e.este, mi,etc.), then adefinite articlewill precede it.üA few other commongustar-type verbs are:interesar(to interest);encantar(to love);molestar(to bother)-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Indefinite and Negative WordsSABERvs.CONOCER*YO form is irregular.*sésabemossabessabesaben*YO form is irregular.*conozcoconocemosconocesconoceconocen§To know facts (name, phonenumber, address, etc.)§FOLLOWED by a question word(qué, dónde, a dónde, a qué, etc.)§FOLLOWED by si (if) or que (that)§To indicate “know how to dosomething” when
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