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1) Read the explanation on “GUSTAR” and then answer the exercises. Please turn in to your teacher just the exercise part! 1.1. GUSTAR –used to express likes and dislikes. Literally, gustar means- to be pleasing Ex. Me gusta la playa. —The beach is pleasing to me. (I like the beach.) Conjugation- gusta, gustan used for the singular and plural 1.2. Gustar is always used with an IOP (me, te, le, nos, les), someone/thing is pleasing to someone else. The verb must agree with the subject. Ex. Me gusta la comida. – The food is pleasing to me. (I like the food.) Ex. Me gustan las playas. – The beaches are pleasing to me. (I like beaches.) When the person pleased is a noun, the phrase a + noun must be used with the IOP. The prepositional phrase appears before the IOP or after the verb. Ex. A David no le gustan los aviones. No le gustan los aviones a David . – David doesn’t like airplanes. For clarification or emphasis, the phrase
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