Forms of Gustar  

Spanish Grammar Present Indicative Verb Gustar - to like

The verb gustar (conjugation) means "to like" or "to be pleasing to". Gustar is most frequently used in the third person singular or plural.

Me gusta el libro.

      I like the book.

A él le gusta el libro.

      He likes the book.

A ellas les gusta el carro.

      They like the car.

A mí me gusta la casa.

      I like the house.

Me gustan los libros.

      I like the books.

A él le gustan los libros.

      He likes the books.

A ellas les gustan los carros.

      They like the cars.

A mí me gustan las casas.

      I like the houses.

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