How would you use "el gusto es mío" in a sentence?

0
votes

my spanish teacher wants me to use el gusto es mio in a sentance i noe what it means but i dont now how to use it in a sentance.... isnt el gusto es mio already a sentance???

8967 views
updated SEP 9, 2009
edited by 0074b507
posted by armen58

4 Answers

0
votes

[Lo siento][1]

[1]: zwani.com myspace graphic commentsMyspace Sorry Commentshttp://

updated SEP 9, 2009
edited by 0074b507
posted by 0074b507
0
votes

Qfreed's dialogue may be too complicated for what I assume is a first year Spanish class. A better example of a dialogue might be:

Carmen: ¡Hola! Bienvenido a la escuela.

Jorge: Gracias. Yo me llamo Jorge.

Carmen: Es un placer, Jorge. Yo me llamo Carmen.

Jorge: El gusto es mío.

I hope that helps!

updated SEP 8, 2009
posted by unraveled
0
votes

Another example:

When someone tells you: "Gusto en conocerlo (a)", you could answer: "El gusto es mío".

updated SEP 8, 2009
posted by Carlos-F
0
votes

Yes, it does form a sentence by itself. Maybe your teacher was referring to making a short dialog using the sentence or just expanding the sentence similar to:

Cuando ella estaba a punto a salir le dijo a Roberto, "el gusto fue mío".

Notice that the pronoun is masculine referring to "gusto", not "mía" referring to "ella".

updated SEP 8, 2009
posted by 0074b507