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Verbs like GUSTARVerbs like GUSTAR

RememberRemember gustargustar is not like ais not like a regular verb. We only use theregular verb. We only use the following forms of the verb:following forms of the verb: Me gusta(n) Nos gusta(n) Te gusta(n) Os gusta(n) Le gusta(n) Les gusta(n) **Remember that me, te, le, nos, os, and les are Indirect Object PronounsIndirect Object Pronouns

Other verbs likeOther verbs like GUSTARGUSTAR The following verbs are conjugated just likeThe following verbs are conjugated just like gustargustar..  encantarencantar to love, like a lot,to love, like a lot,  faltarfaltar to lack, be missing; to be in need ofto lack, be missing; to be in need of  fascinarfascinar to fascinate, to be fascinated byto fascinate, to be fascinated by  gustargustar to liketo like  molestarmolestar to bother; to be bothered byto bother; to be bothered by  interesarinteresar to interest; to be interested byto interest; to be interested by  importarimportar to care about; to matter, to be important toto care about; to matter, to be important to  dolerdoler to hurt (something hurts me)to hurt (something hurts me)

¿Gust¿Gustaa or gustor gustanan?? You must look at what follows the verb toYou must look at what follows the verb to decide whether to use the third persondecide whether to use the third person singular (gustsingular (gustaa) or the third person plural) or the third person plural (gust(gustanan) form of the verb.) form of the verb.  MeMe gustgustaa el helado.el helado.  MeMe gustgustanan las fresas.las fresas.

RememberRemember  If aIf a singular nounsingular noun follows the verb, use: thirdfollows the verb, use: third person singular (él, ella, Ud.) formperson singular (él, ella, Ud.) form ej. Me encanta el fútbol.ej. Me encanta el fútbol.  If aIf a verb (INFINITIVE FORM)verb (INFINITIVE FORM) follows, use: thirdfollows, use: third person singular (él, ella, Ud.)person singular (él, ella, Ud.) ej. Me encanta jugar al fútbol.ej. Me encanta jugar al fútbol.  If aIf a plural nounplural noun follows, use: third person pluralfollows, use: third person plural (ellos, ellas, Uds.) form(ellos, ellas, Uds.) form ej. Me encantan los deportes.ej. Me encantan los deportes.

Por ejemploPor ejemplo  (A mí)(A mí) meme gustgustaa la fruta.la fruta. FruitFruit isis pleasingpleasing to me.to me. (I like fruit)(I like fruit)  (A mí)(A mí) meme importimportanan laslas notas.notas. My grades matterMy grades matter to meto me..

Más ejemplos:Más ejemplos:  A ella leA ella le duelduelee la cabeza.la cabeza.  A ella leA ella le gustgustanan las flores.las flores.  A los jóvenes lesA los jóvenes les interesinteresaa acampar.acampar.  A ellas lesA ellas les fascinfascinanan las películaslas películas cómicas.cómicas.

Ramón describe los gustos deRamón describe los gustos de varias personas. ¿Qué dice él?varias personas. ¿Qué dice él? 1. A mí / gustar/ la ropa de Gap A mí me gusta la ropa de Gap2. A nosotros / importar / buenas notas. A nosotros nos importan buenas notas. 3. A ti / faltar / lápiz. A ti te falta el lápiz.

4. A Uds./ interesar / resolver problemas4. A Uds./ interesar / resolver problemas A Uds. les interesa resolver problemas. 5. A Susana / encantar / los videojuegos A Susana le encantan los videojuegos 6. A Paco y a Sonia / gustar / la música latina A Paco y a Sonia les gusta la música latina.

¿Có mo se dice en españ ol?¿Có mo se dice en españ ol? 1.1. Cooking is interesting to me.Cooking is interesting to me. 2.2. My friends and I lack (are in need of)My friends and I lack (are in need of) $10.$10. 3.3. Nature fascinates you.Nature fascinates you. 4.4. My brother bothers my sisters.My brother bothers my sisters. 5.5. Friends are important to Catalina.Friends are important to Catalina.

¿Cómo se dice en español?:¿Cómo se dice en español?: 1. Cooking is interesting to me.1. Cooking is interesting to me. (A mí) Me interesa cocinar.

¿Cómo se dice en español?:¿Cómo se dice en español?: 2. My friends and I lack (are in need of)2. My friends and I lack (are in need of) $10.$10. A mis amigos y a mí nos faltan diez dólares.

¿Cómo se dice en español?:¿Cómo se dice en español?: 3. Nature fascinates you.3. Nature fascinates you. Te fascina la naturaleza.

¿Cómo se dice en español?:¿Cómo se dice en español?: 4. My brother bothers my sisters.4. My brother bothers my sisters. (A mis hermanas) les molesta mi hermano.

¿Cómo se dice en español?:¿Cómo se dice en español?: 5. Friends are important to Catalina.5. Friends are important to Catalina. A Catalina le importan los amigos.

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