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Kailee1423

  • 2 years ago

To talk about something you like to do, what do you add to Me gusta?

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  1. Kailee1423
    • 2 years ago
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    A. an infinitive B. a cognate C. a vowel D. the word pues

  2. alffer1
    • 2 years ago
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    it would be an infinitive. Example: Me gusta viajar. Me gusta dormir.

  3. Kailee1423
    • 2 years ago
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    Gracias! Can you help with one more question.

  4. alffer1
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    sure

  5. Kailee1423
    • 2 years ago
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    I have to fill in the blank. No, _____ me gusta tampoco. A. ni B. no C. te D. sí

  6. alffer1
    • 2 years ago
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    Remember that in Spanish double negatives are the norm

  7. Kailee1423
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    So it would be no? Im confused because it already said no.

  8. alffer1
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    you are right. It is no. We spanish speakers like to double negative all the time. confusing to the American mind haha.

  9. Kailee1423
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    Haha yes it is confusing. :P Thank you!!

  10. alffer1
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    De nada. If you ever need Spanish help, or Math, look me up

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