“Acabar + de + infinitive”
“Venir”
“Gustar”
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“Acabar + de + infinitive”
• Used to express that something just
happened.
• Present tense of “acabar” + de + infinitive
“Acabar”
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Yo
Tú
El/ella/ud.
Nosotros
Vosotros
Ellos/ellas/uds.
acabo
acabas
acaba
acabamos
acabáis
acaban
Ejemplos
• Yo acabo de comprar unos zapatos.
– I just bought some shoes.
• Nosotros acabamos de ganar el partido.
– We just won the game.
• Ella acaba de estudiar.
– She just studied.
“Venir”
• To say you are “coming from somewhere” or
“coming to a place.”
• Present tense of “venir” + “a” + place = to come
to a place.
• Present tense of “venir” + “de” + place = to come
from somewhere.
• Remember we may need “a + el = al” or
“de + el = del” here.
“Venir”
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Yo
Tú
El/ella/ud.
Nosotros
Vosotros
Ellos/ellas/uds.
vengo
vienes
viene
venimos
venís
vienen
Ejemplos
• Roberto y su familia vienen a Puerto Rico.
– Roberto and his family are coming to Puerto
Rico.
• Yo vengo del supermercado.
– I am coming from the supermarket.
“Gustar” + infinitive
• You have learned “me gusta, te gusta, and
le gusta” for expressing likes and dislikes.
• We can use someone’s name or a pronoun
in the sentence as well.
• Remember “gusta” will NEVER change!
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A mi
A ti
A el/ella/ud.(or name)
A nosotros
A vosotros
A ellos/ellas/uds. (or names)
me gusta
te gusta
le gusta
nos gusta
os gusta
les gusta
**Add the infinitive after “gusta.”
** “A” must come before the name or pronoun.
Ejemplos
• A nosotros nos gusta practicar deportes.
– We like to practice sports.
• A los estudiantes no les gusta estudiar.
– The students don’t like to study.
• A Juan le gusta correr.
– Juan likes to run.
• A mi me gusta caminar con el perro.
– I like to walk my dog.
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Acabar + de + infinitive” “Venir” “Gustar”