I'm trying to learn to use the verb gustar, while I understand using the indirect pronouns (me gusta etc.) can someone give me an example for how you would use "gusto"?
I'm trying to learn to use the verb gustar. While I understand using gustar with indirect pronouns (i.e. me gusta), can someone give me an example or explain when I might use the first person singular form "gusto"?
Yes, if you are ever pleasing to someone else and you are also the person stating that fact.
"My sister likes me" could be said, "Le gusto a mi hermana," which literally means (word for word), "To her I am pleasing to my sister."
the direct object is the person who does the liking action, and the conjugation tells which peron is liked no lo gusto he doesn´t like me no me gusta i dont like it, him, or her no te gustan you dont like them
Te gusto. You like me.
¿Cómo saber si le gusto? How do I know if he likes me?
Gusto is also a noun meaning pleasure.
Lo haría con gusto. I'd do it with pleasure.
No tienes buen gusto. You don't have good taste.
I think you want to avoid using "gusto" in the first person, because it implies a lot more than "like" in English. From what I´ve heard, saying "¿te gusto?" is sort of like saying "but do you really like me (wink wink)".
Anyway, I´d say stick with the third person!