Como se dice "they don't like me" en espansol
Hello. Direct and indirect objects are something I have often struggled with while learning Spanish, and now I am trying to figure out how to use them properly with reflexive verbs. Please help me correctly translate the phrase "They don't like me." I would guess since the direct object is supposed to come first and then the indirect comes second on most verbs, it should be, "No le me gusta." I don't want to say it wrong because I am going to accidentally say "I don't like them." Which would be wrong, I do like them, pero creo que no le me gusta . Thanks a lot for your help.
Hello. It's "no les gusto". You can think of gustar as 'to give joy' or something along those lines. So you are the one 'giving the joy' in this case, so gustar is conjugated in the first person. Then 'they' are on the receiving end of the 'joy', you are giving it to them so they are represented by 'les'. Hope this helps. Do you get it now?
I see there is some confusion here in the use of the verb gustar. Another way to say "They do not like me " is to use the verb Caer, to fall.
no les caigo bien - They do not like me.
It directly means " No them I fall well", "I do not fall well with them."
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hi Llego, this is what we have on this site for gustar.
do the flashcard set, you will see gustar used in first person.
I don't agree with them! You can say: Ellos no me gustan o Ellos no me agradan.
¿Como se dice,"they don't like me" en español?
= No les gusto