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How do we use: Gustar and similar verbs

How do we use : Me gusta- te gusta


How do we use: Les gusta-les gusta-nos gusta
How do we use: Negatives con gustar
How do we use: The verb encantar
Selected: Vocabulario

Por: Jenefer Lopez y Cristina Aguilera y


Lorenzo Reyes
Grupo # 5
El Verbo Gustar Pg. 30

The verb gustar means to like.


It is used when you want to say
what you like, what someone
else likes, or to ask if
someone likes something.
Ejemplos: Me gusta comer tacos.
No me gusta trabajar.
Te gusta cantar?
El Verbo Gustar Pg. 46

Me gusta(n) I like
Te gusta(n) You like
Le gusta(n) He/she likes
Les gusta(n) They like
Nos gusta(n) We like
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Ejemplos del Verbo Gustar Pg. 30

Me gusta bailar. I like to dance.


Te gusta comer tacos? Do you
like to eat tacos?
Le gusta correr con sus amigos.
He likes to run with his friends.
Les gusta jugar videojuegos.
They like to play videogames.
Nos gusta nadar en el verano.
We like to swim in the summer.
Negativos con Gustar
To say that you dont like something
you would put no in front of me, te, le,
les, or nos gusta. You could also use
this if you were asking someone if they
didnt like a certain thing.

Me gusta escuchar msica.


Me gusta nadar.
Answering a question with No:
Pg. 36

If someone asks you if you


like/dont like something and you
dont like it, you would say no, no
before you say me gusta or te
gusta instead of just one no.

Te gusta comer tacos?


No, no me gusta comer tacos.
Ejemplos de Negativos con Gustar
pg. 36

No te gusta esquiar en el
invierno? You dont like to ski in
the winter?
No me gusta cantar. I dont
like to sing.
No, no le gusta comer el pollo.
No, he/she doesnt like to eat
chicken.
El Verbo Encantar: pg. 135

The verb encantar means to


please very much/to love. You
would use encantar when saying
you are very pleased or love
something.
Example: Me encantado leer
cuentos. I love to read stories.
Gustar y Encantar: pgs. 135
y 436

Gustar is a synonym to
encantar. Both mean to
like/love, and both can be
used to express feelings for
things that you like/love.
Qu te gusta hacer? pgs.
30-33

The phrase Qu te gusta


hacer? Is used to ask
someone what they like to do.
You answer with Me gusta
_____. (What you like to do goes
in the blank)
Qu = What/which
Te gusta = You like
Vocabulario (Pg. 46)

Me gusta I like
Te gusta You like
Le gusta He/she likes
Nos. gustan We like
Me gusta mucho __ I like __ a
lot
Vocabulario (Pg. 46 cont.)

Qu te gusta hacer? What do


you like to do?
Qu te gusta mas? What do
you like better?
Te gusta ____? You like ___?
Ni ni Neither, nor
No me gusta I dont like
Quiz
1. Me gusta __
2. Te gusta __
3. Le gusta __
4. Nos gusta __
5. No me gusta __

a. (I like) b. (He/she likes) c. (I


dont like)
d. (You like) e. (We like)
Quiz
1. Me gusta _A_
2. Te gusta _D_
3. Le gusta _B_
4. Nos gusta _E_
5. No me gusta _C_

a. (I like) b. (He/she likes) c. (I


dont like)
d. (You like) e. (We like)
Quiz

1. To say you like ______


2. To say what do you like? ______
3. To say we like _______
4. How do you say I love to ______
5. To say you dont like something
______
Quiz

1. To say you like _te gusta_____


2. To say what do you like? _Qu te gusta?_
3. To say we like __nos gusta__
4. How do you say I love to _me encanta__
5. To say you dont like something _no me
gusta