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    Gustar2 1200185026650687-4 Gustar2 1200185026650687-4 Presentation Transcript

    • El Verbo “ GUSTAR ”
      • En español gustar significa “ to be pleasing ”
      • In English, the equivalent is “to like”
    • Por ejemplo:
      • In English we say: “I like to talk.”
      • En español decimos: “To me, to talk
              • is pleasing.”
    • Frases de clarificación : “ Le gusta dibujar.” He likes to draw. She likes to draw. You like to draw. “ Les gusta dibujar.” They like to draw. You like to draw.
    • Me gusta… Te gusta… Le gusta… Nos gusta… Os gusta… Les gusta… I like… You like… He / she / You like(s)… We like… You guys like… They / you like… =
    • ¿ Cómo se dice ? “ I like to drink coffee.” “ To drink coffee is pleasing to me.” tomar café. gusta Me
    • ¿ Cómo se dice ? “ He doesn’t like to dance.” “ To dance is not pleasing to him.” bailar. gusta No le
    • ¿ Cómo se dice en español ? I like to study. Elena likes to watch television. We don’t like to study. Carlos and Miguel like to listen to music. Do you guys like to draw? You like to dance, right? Me gusta estudiar. (A Elena) le gusta mirar la televisión. No nos gusta estudiar. (A Carlos y a Miguel) les gusta escuchar música ¿Os gusta dibujar? Te gusta bailar, ¿verdad?