Unidad 2 Etapa 2:La Comida Sra. Smiley Español 1
la crema de cacahuete
¿Te gusta? • To ask if someone likes something we say, “¿Te gusta?” Literally, it means “ Does this please you?” • To ask if someone likes a particular food you would add the name of the food to the end of the sentence above. • The next slides give some examples.
¿Te gustala pera? • To answer the question you can say, “Sí, me gusta la pera.” or “No, no me gusta la pera.”
¿Te gustael taco? • “Sí, me gusta el taco.” or “No, no me gusta el taco.”
If you are talking about more than one food (a plural amount, like cookies or apples) then the question you use is a little different. • You ask ¿Te gustan? This is because the real subject of the sentence is the thing that pleases you, not you—it’s very different from how we think of this in English. • The next slide gives an example of how to use this.
¿Te gustanlos palomitas? • “Sí, me gustan las palomitas.” or “No, no me gustan las palomitas.”
¿Qué quieres comer y beber? • To talk about what you want to eat or drink, you use the verb Querer (to want).