anonymous
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A usted __________ participar en clase. nos gustan te gusta le gusta les gusta
MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
It looks like you're learning how to express like, in Spanish. Such as ...."I like tacos." I'll show you how to say it. ~~~~~~~~~~ First, let's learn all the different ways to say "like." (A mí).....ME GUSTA -- I like (A ti)......TE GUSTA -- You like (A él/ella/usted).......LE GUSTA -- He/She/You (formal) likes (A nosotros).......NOS GUSTA -- We like (A ellos/ellas/ustedes).......LES GUSTA -- They like These are all the ways that we can express like, for SINGULAR objects. For example: "Me gusta el taco." I like the taco. "Te gusta el burrito." You like the burrito. ~~~~~~~~~~~ If we want to express like for PLURAL objects, we need to add the letter N onto the end of "gusta," so that we have GUSTAN. For example: "Me GUSTAN los gatos." I like the cats. "Nos GUSTAN las casas." We like the houses. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Okay so...once more... GUSTA is for SINGULAR objects. GUSTAN is for PLURAL objects. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Let's look at the sentence, with the blank: "A usted __________ participar en clase." BIG RULE: **Look at the first two words of the sentence, because it tells you which form of GUSTAR we need to use.** The first two words are: A USTED USTED is how we say YOU, in Spanish. It's the FORMAL way of saying "you." So, take a look at the conjugation chart that I made. You can see that we need to use LE GUSTA.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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