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.

Sentences using gustar in the present tense

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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