GUSTAR The verb ‘gustar’ is used in Spanish to convey the meaning “to like”. It’s literal meaning is “to be pleasing to”. GUSTAR Examples: Me gusta la comida. = I like the food. The food is pleasing to me. Le gustan las películas. = He likes the movies. The movies are pleasing to him. GUSTAR The singular form of gustar is used when what is liked is singular. (gusta) Me gusta el libro. = I like the book. The plural form of gustar is used when what is liked is plural. (gustan) Me gustan los libros. = I like the books. GUSTAR Put one of the pronouns before gustar to say who likes something: me gusta(n) = I like nos gusta(n) = we like te gusta(n) = you like os gusta(n) = you all like (Sp) le gusta(n) = he/she likes you like (formal) les gusta(n) = they like you all like GUSTAR Use the letter “a” to clarify who is doing the liking. ¿_A_ quién le gusta la pizza? Who likes the pizza. ¿_A_ quiénes les gusta la pizza? Who likes the pizza? _A_ Elena le gusta la pizza. Elena likes the pizza. _A_ Ustedes les gusta la pizza. You all like the pizza. GUSTAR Use the word “no” directly before the pronoun to say “don’t” or “doesn’t”. A mí _no_ me gusta el libro. I _don’t__ like the book. A mí _no_ me gustan las películas de terror. I _don’t__ like horror films.