Me Gusta(n) / No me gusta(n) – I like it/them / I don’t like it/them

If we are saying we like or dislike one thing we use:

me gusta / no me gusta

If we are saying we like or dislike more than one thing, we use:

me gustan / no me gustan

Some school subjects like ‘maths’ and ‘science’ are plural in Spanish (las matematicas / las ciencias), therefore we have to me gustan with those nouns.

Look at the table below and make sentences giving your opinion for each subject:

me-gusta-no-me-gusta

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March 13, 2009. Tags: , , , , , , . school, verbs.

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