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I need to know the meaning of this sentence: Comida que siempre le ha gustado.

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He/ she (its third person) has always liked that food.

I would believe that this is the most accurate because I'm a native Spanish speaker (Soy de Cuba).

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Food that e has always liked. is what the transltor says, but it could be off. maybe it'll help.

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In my opinion it means "Food that he has always liked". The "le" indicates that it is a "him" or "he" in there, doesn`t it?

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Yeah, that sentence looks strange to me. It seems like it would be literally translated as "Food (subject) that always it(referring to the food) has liked him (le/object)."

Other thoughts?

Comida que siempre le ha gustado.

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"food that is always likable" might mean "food that is always fun" (TRAnslator...)

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Whoa! This thread hasn't been Moe'd yet. Wow.

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