In this video class learn how to use the Spanish ver “gustar” (like) in phrases so as to express your likes. Listen to our teacher and see what two things he likes. Can you tell the difference between the singular and plural conjugation of the verb “gustar”? Watch the video to find out.
A1 Free Spanish Class 19
Find out how to ask the question “Do you like chocolate?” or “Does he like chocolate?” in Spanish. Learn how to ask and answer this useful question. Listen to the following conversation. Does the man like chocolate?
Learn how to express the plural form of the Spanish verb “gustar” (like) with the subjects “we” and “they”. Watch the video and repeat after our Spanish teachers. What's the difference in conjugation between “we like” and “they like”?
In this video class observe how our Spanish teacher Laura asks “Do you like…?” in Spanish, “¿Te gusta…?”. Watch the video and understand how to respond to this question by saying “Sí, me gusta…” or “No, no me gusta…”. What activity does he say that he doesn't like doing? Watch the video class to find out more.
Understand how to add emphasis to something we like a lot by adding “a mí” or “a tí” before we say what we like. Observe our teachers using these structures in the following video.
Learn how to add emphasis to plural subjects such as “nosotros/as, vosotros/as, ellos/ellas” when expressing what you like. Watch the video and understand how to apply these structures before saying what we like.
Now it's your turn to practice these structures from this video class.