Preterite - Verb Gustar - to like  

Spanish Grammar Preterite Tense Verb Gustar - to like
Overview

Gustar means to like.
     It uses indirect object pronouns.
     It is a regular -ar verb in the preterite.

A mi me gustó el mar.
      I liked the ocean.
Te gustó la manzana.
      You liked the apple.
A nosotros nos gustó el mar.
      We liked the ocean.
A ellos les gustó la comida.
      They liked the food.
Nunca me gustaron las corridas.
      I never liked the bullfights.
Él le gustaron las canciones.
      He liked the songs.


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