gustar2 - El Ve "GUSTAR" rbo spaol gustar significa "to...

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El Verbo GUSTAR En español gustar significa “to be pleasing In English, the equivalent is “to like”
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Por ejemplo: In English we say: “I like Spanish.” En español decimos: “To me, Spanish is pleasing.”
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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
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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.
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Who is doing the “liking”? Indirect Object Pronouns: me me te te le le nos nos os os les les
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Gusta” Gusta” = = singular nouns singular nouns = = infinitives infinitives Gustan” Gustan” = = plural nouns plural nouns
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2011 for the course SPAN 1010 taught by Professor Mcclanahan during the Spring '08 term at North Texas.

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