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07 Common Mistakes in Spanish(Part 03)- Sólo para personas que aprendan español

 Me Gusta vs. Me Gusto

If you want to say you like something, be careful not to say me gusto, which literally translates to I am pleasing to myself. Gustar

is a tricky verb in Spanish and is also a very commonly-used one, so it's worth taking some time to get it right!EnglishCorrect SpanishIncorrect SpanishI like it.
Me gusta.


Me gusto.I like them.
Me gustan.


Me gusto.
Keep it mind that if you want to say you liked something in the past tense, you use the phrase me gust
ó.

Take a look at these examples showing gustar!


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Apr 24, 2020 9:12 PM
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