Conjugation
Sentences
Meaning
A vs AN
Emphasis Phrases

100

The FIRST-PERSON PLURAL/WE Indirect Object Pronoun that goes before "gusta"
What is "nos gusta"?

100

____ gusta el perro, porque es mi perrito favorito.
What is "me"?

100

Meaning of gustar
What is "to please/to be pleasing/to be pleasant"?

100

Me _______ (gustar) la música
What is "gusta"?

100

__ _____ nos gusta comer.
What is "A (name) y a mi" or "a nosotros"?

200

I like with a single noun
What is "me gusta"?

200

_____ gustan las fiestas porque tenemos muchos amigos.
What is "nos"?

200

True meaning of "me"
What is "to me"?

200

Les ________ (gustar) la comida porque ___ muy deliciosa.
What is "gusta" y "es"?

200

The word that goes in front of every emphasis phrase
What is "a"?

300

He likes for one verb
What is "le gusta"?

300

_____ gustan las buenas notas, porque si tienes notas muy malas, entonces no vas a la universidad.
What is "te"?

300

TRUE meaning of "nos"
What is "to us"?

300

Used with an infinitive and/or in front of a singular noun
What is "gustA"? (ends in a)

300

The emphasis phrases for the indirect objects "me" and "le"
What is "A mi y a (él/ella/usted/name)"?

400

"Y'all" like with PLURAL things
Os gustan

400

A ti ___ ____ (gustar) los conciertos.
What is "te gustan"?

400

Meaning of "os"
What is "to you all"?

400

Used with a plural noun
What is "gustAN" (ends in AN)

400

The place where the emphasis phrases go in relation to indirect object pronoun
What is "before" or at the end of a sentence?

500

The full conjugation table (all 6 forms) of the gustar-like verb
What is "me gusta, te gusta, le gusta, nos gusta, os gusta, y les gusta"?

500

_____ gustan los gatos a Juan, pero nosotoros no. ¡A nosotros _____ gustan las gatos!
What is "le" y "nos"?

500

List at least 5 indirect object pronouns that go in front of gustar
What is "me, te, le, nos, os, les"?

500

Nos ________ (gustar) la tarea
What is "gusta"?

500

Name at least two emphasis phrases
What is " A mi, a ti, a (name) o usted, a (name) Y a mi, a (name) y a ti, y (two names)...."?