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Old September 19, 2010, 07:33 AM
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Gustar

¿Que son diferentes a usar de gustar?

Hay momentos cuando a usar solamante "gusta" o "gustan".
Hay momentos cuando a conjugar "gustar". (¿Cuando eso lo usaría?)
Hay moments cuando a usar "gustaría".

¿Acuerdo?

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Old September 19, 2010, 08:08 AM
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¿Cuáles son los diferentes usos de gustar?

¿Hay momentos cuando se usar solamente "gusta" o "gustan"?
¿Hay momentos cuando se conjugar "gustar" en las otras personas. (¿Cuando se las usaría?)
¿Hay momentos cuando se usar "gustaría"?

¿Acuerdo?

¡Gracias por ayudarme!

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(Soy un principiante en español pero estoy tomando una clase de nivel medio.)
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Hay algunas cosas escritas que no entendí. I guessed on one of the them and gave corrections everywhere else based on what I thought you were asking. It may be a good idea to write in both languages al principio.

There are a couple of good threads on the use of 'gustar' here in the forums. Check out this one. Perhaps that will answer your questions.
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Old September 19, 2010, 09:03 AM
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I asked the different uses of gustar. I know of the conditional, conjugation of the word and using the word to express "to like something" using either gusta/gustan. I don't know when to conjugate the word (gusto, gustas, gusta, gustamos, etc). Do I make sense now? I feel like I don't still..
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Old September 19, 2010, 09:30 AM
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Yes, that's what I figured. The thread I mentioned shows how gustar can be conjugated. Make sure you understand that it means 'to be pleasing'. That'll help you a lot.
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Yes I got it your ask it.

But you need to define what is the example you need it.

Gustar has much meanings.

For example.

I like your t-shirt.
Me gusta tu playera.

You like me.

Me gustas.

I hope those instances can help you.
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Old September 19, 2010, 02:23 PM
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@Crotalito: me gustas = I like you
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Old September 19, 2010, 04:33 PM
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Do you conjugate "gustar" when referring only to things and places (never about people)? (gusto, gustamos, etc)
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Again I did it.

Thank you for correction Rusty.

I like you.
I wanted to figure the he was asking us.

What is the answer that he wait of us?

The verb gustar can be utilized in many uses or conjugations, then I like you, I like the dog of my sister.

Have I liked me the movie?

Yesterday I watched a movie that I liked it.

Me gusta tanto tu música.

Sincerely yours.

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Do you conjugate "gustar" when referring only to things and places (never about people)? (gusto, gustamos, etc)
People can indeed be the subject. The thread I directed you to teaches that very concept.

¿Te gustamos? = Do you like us?
¿A María le gusto? = Does Mary like me?
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@NoName: Apart from Rusty's fine explanations, you might find useful these other threads on "gustar":

http://forums.tomisimo.org/showthread.php?t=5305
http://forums.tomisimo.org/showthread.php?t=6344
http://forums.tomisimo.org/showthread.php?t=3839
http://forums.tomisimo.org/showthread.php?t=3322
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