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GRAMÁTICA. Using Verbs to talk Aout What You Like to Do. p. 37. When you talk about what you like to do, use the phrase: Me gusta + infinitive. Other helpful phrases to talk about what people like:. The infinitive is the basic form of the verb. Te gusta correr. Le gusta correr.

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using verbs to talk aout what you like to do

GRAMÁTICA

Using Verbs to talk Aout What You Like to Do

p. 37

When you talk about what you like to do, use the phrase: Me gusta + infinitive

Other helpful phrases to talk about what people like:

The infinitive is the

basic form of the verb

Te gusta correr.

Le gusta correr.

¿Te gusta correr?

¿Le gusta correr?

You like to run.

He/Shelikes to run.

¿Do you like to run?

¿Does he/she like to run?

To say someone doesn’t like something, use no before the phrase.

No me gusta correr.

No le gusta correr.

I don’t like to run.

He/She doesn’t like to run.

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saying what someone likes to do using gustar infinitive

GRAMÁTICA

Saying What Someone Likes to Do Using gustar + infinitive

p. 181

You have already learned to use me gusta, te gusta and le gusta.

Other helpful phrases to talk about what people like:

The infinitive is the

basic form of the verb

Nos gusta correr.

Os gusta correr.

Les gusta correr.

We like to run.

You all (fam.)like to run.

They/like to run.

To say someone doesn’t like something, use no before the phrase.

No me gusta correr.

No le gusta correr.

I don’t like to run.

He/She doesn’t like to run.

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using gustar to talk about things you like

GRAMÁTICA

Using gustar to talk about things you like

p. 292

When you want to talk about things that people like, change the form of gustar to match the singular or plural nouns for those things

The infinitive is the

basic form of the verb

Other helpful phrases to talk about what people like:

Me gusta la idea.

Te gusta la idea.

Le gusta la idea.

Nos gusta la idea.

Os gusta la idea.

Les gusta la idea.

Me gustan las personas.

Te gustan las personas.

Le gustan las personas

Nos gustan las personas.

Os gustan las personas.

Les gustan las personas.

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