Cap1-Gustar with nouns

Cap1-Gustar with nouns - Gusta again Earlier in the course...

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Gusta, Gusta, again! again! Earlier in the course, we saw how to express likes and dislikes about activities , i.e., gusta + a verb. In this slide show, we are going to see how to express likes and dislikes about things , i.e., gusta + a noun.
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Let’s review! Let’s review! Here is how we use gusta to talk about activities that we like or dislike: Me gusta estudiar español. Te gusta estudiar español. Le gusta estudiar español. Nos gusta estudiar español. Les gusta estudiar español.
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!!sdrawkcab knihT !!sdrawkcab knihT Remember to THINK BACKWARDS – the Spanish subject is the English object and the English object is the Spanish subject.
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I like coffee. I like coffee. In addition to liking activities – swimming, going to movies, rollerblading – we also like things – coffee, milk, Spanish class (well, sometimes!), dogs, cats, and so on. When we talk about liking things in Spanish, we still use gusta , but with a twist.
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You’re the detective. You’re the detective.
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course SPAN 121 taught by Professor Losada during the Spring '08 term at South Carolina.

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Cap1-Gustar with nouns - Gusta again Earlier in the course...

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