Day 44
Verbs like Gustar
el 14/15 de enero
 Choose the word in each group that does not belong.
 Then, switch the wrong words to make each group correct.
1. campo
guardar
raqueta
portero
2. receptor platillo
guante
portería
3. pelota
canasta
red
golpear
4. bate
cesto
balón
driblar
Expressing likes and dislikes
VERBOS COMO
The verbs interesar (to interest) and aburrir (to
bore) function the same in English and in
Spanish.
 ¿Te aburre el béisbol?
 No, el béisbol me interesa.
 ¿Te aburren los deportes?
 No, los deportes me interesan.
Does baseball bore you?
No, baseball interests me.
Do sports bore you?
No, sports interest me.
 Interesar = to interest/be interesting. You will only
use the forms INTERESA and INTERESAN.
 Aburrir = to bore/be boring. You will only use the
forms ABURRE and ABURREN.
Me interesan los deportes.
Te aburren las matemáticas.
Te interesa la escuela.
Me aburre la tarea.
Can you
guess what
makes the
verb singular
or plural?
 The pronouns ME and TE tell you who it interests or
bores.
 They come BEFORE the verb.
Me = to me
Te = to you
Me aburre el tenis.
Tennis bores me.
Te aburre el tenis.
Tennis bores you.
PRACTICE…
Tennis is interesting to
me.
____ + _________+ el tenis.
PRACTICE…
Basketball is boring to
you.
____ + _________+ el baloncesto.
PRACTICE…
Math bores you.
____ + _________+ las matemáticas.
PRACTICE…
Spanish interests me.
____ + _________+ ______________.
PRACTICE…
Spain interests me.
____ + _________+ ______________.
EL VERBO “GUSTAR”
The verb “gustar” functions the same as
interesar and aburrir.
EL VERBO “GUSTAR”
In Spanish, we use the verb “gustar” to
express our likes and our dislikes, but it
does not actually mean “to like.”
ENGLISH
“I like
baseball.”
SPANISH
VS
“Baseball
pleases me.”
Gustar = to please/be pleasing
 You will only use this verb in the 3rd person -
gustan.
gusta or
 The pronouns ME and TE tell you who it is pleasing to.
 They come BEFORE the verb.
Me = to me
Te = to you
Mí and ti are used after a preposition: a mí
and a ti.
Used to add emphasis.
-A mí me gusta. ¿A ti también?
- Sí, a mí también.
- A mí no me gusta. ¿Y a ti?
- (No.) Ni a mí tampoco.
You must look at what follows the verb to decide
whether to use the singular (gusta) or the plural
(gustan) form of the verb.
Me gusta el helado.
Me gustan las fresas.
POR EJEMPLO
(A mí) me gusta la fruta.
Fruit is pleasing to me.
(I like fruit)
(A mí) me importan las
notas.
My grades matter to me.
To express that you like to do something:
use
GUSTA + INFINITIVE
Me gusta jugar béisbol.
Me gusta ganar.
Me gusta escribir.
Me _____________ los tacos.
Me _____________ el baloncesto.
or
Me ___________ jugar el baloncesto.
USE IN THE NEGATIVE
To express that you do not like something, simply place the
“no” ___________ the me/te.
 No me gusta el helado.
The ice cream does not please me.
 No me gustan las fresas.
The strawberries do not please me.
 No me aburren los deportes.
The sports do not bore me.
 No te interesa la ciencia.
Science does not interest me.
REMEMBER
 If a singular noun follows the verb, use: third
person singular (él, ella, Ud.) form
ej. Me encanta el fútbol.
 If a verb (INFINITIVE FORM) follows, use: third
person singular (él, ella, Ud.)
ej. Me encanta jugar al fútbol.
 If a plural noun follows, use: third person
plural (ellos, ellas, Uds.) form
ej. Me encantan los deportes.
ENTREVISTAS
WORLD CUP 2010: WAVING FLAG
 Spanish/English Version
 With Lyrics
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