How to Say To Like in Spanish [+11 Examples & Quiz]

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In this Spanish grammar lesson, you will learn how to say to like in Spanish.

In this lesson you will learn about:

  • how to say to like in Spanish
  • how to like in Spanish is used in sentences
  • how you can quiz yourself on to like in Spanish
  • how you can practice with flashcards on to like in Spanish
  • how and why you should use the courses of Language Atlas to learn Spanish

By the end of the lesson you will know all about to like in Spanish!

Table of Contents

Introduction: To Like in Spanish

In Spanish A1 you learn about how to say “to like” in Spanish.

Before you continue, please read that lesson again if you feel like you need a refresher.

It will help you understand this lesson much better.

To Like in Spanish

megusta / gustanI like
tegusta / gustanyou (singular) like
legusta / gustanhe likes / she likes / you (formal) like
nosgusta / gustanwe like
osgusta / gustanyou (plural) like
lesgusta / gustanthey like / you (formal plural) like

If what you are referring to is singular, then you will use “gusta“.

If what you are referring to is plural, then you will use “gustan“.

Have a look at some examples:

Me gusta la educación física.

I like physical education.

¿Te gusta el queso?

Do you like cheese?

A Sonia le gusta dormir con calcetines.

Sonia likes to sleep with her socks on.

Nos gusta cenar viendo una película.

We like to have dinner while watching a film.

¿Os gusta Sevilla?

Do you like Seville? (you=vosotros)

Les gusta pasear a la orilla del mar por la noche.

They like to walk along the seashore at night.

You will use definite articles with the things that you like, unless you are talking about a specific person or place.

Me gusta la educación física. [has a definite article]

¿Os gusta Sevilla? [doesn’t have a definite article]

Use Pronouns for Emphasis and Clarity

A míme
A tiyou (singular informal)
A élhim
A ellaher
A ustedyou (singular formal)
A nosotros/nosotrasus
A vosotros/vosotrasyou (plural informal)
A ellos/ellasthem
A ustedesyou (plural formal)

You can use pronouns to emphasize who likes something, or clarify whom you are talking about.

Here are some examples:

¿A vosotros os gusta el cordero?

Do you like lamb?

A ellos les gusta limpiar.

They like cleaning.

Example Sentences on To Like in Spanish

This section of the lesson on to like in Spanish is about seeing the idioms used in sentences.

This is valuable because you can improve your understanding of to like in Spanish through examples.

Me gusta la educación física.

I like physical education.

¿Te gusta el queso?

Do you like cheese?

A Sonia le gusta dormir con calcetines.

Sonia likes to sleep with her socks on.

Nos gusta cenar viendo una película.

We like to have dinner while watching a film.

¿Os gusta Sevilla?

Do you like Seville? (you=vosotros)

Les gusta pasear a la orilla del mar por la noche.

They like to walk along the seashore at night.

¿A vosotros os gusta el cordero?

Do you like lamb?

A ellos les gusta limpiar.

They like cleaning.

Quiz Yourself on To Like in Spanish

At the end of every lesson you can do a small quiz.

You will see the sentences of the previous chapter.

You will either need to fill in the blanks, choose the correct multiple choice option, or both.

Once you are done the correct answer will be shown.

You can redo the quiz as many times as you want!

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