He likes hamburgers.
We like to eat apples.
I like to sing.
You (familiar) don't like to run.
You all like to talk to your friends.
I can use gusta.... (choose all that apply)
The IOPs that comes before the gusta/gustan part ... (choose all that apply):
When a verb comes directly after a form of gustar, it is ALWAYS gusta, even if after that verb there is a plural noun. For example, A mí me gusta comer las galletas OR is it a mí me gustan comer las galletas.
What does this sentence mean in English?
A ella le gusta andar en patineta.
What is the difference between A ti te gusta bailar and A usted le gusta bailar.