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Unformatted text preview: even though you translate it that way. When you learn the patterns of sentences with the verb gustar, you will also be able to use the verbs in Table 2, because they are all used in sentences exactly like gustar. These sentences are tricky, because the English version uses a subject pronoun and the Spanish version uses an indirect object pronoun. Try reading the Spanish sentence backward and it will be more like the English version. Me gusta la pizza . Pizza pleases me. = I like pizza. Te gustan los libros. The books please you. = You like books. Nos gusta la msica . The music pleases us. = We like the music. Le gusta bailar. Dancing pleases him. = He likes to dance....
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