I thought it was just "gusta" and "gustan" then I saw "gustaron," so I got confused
What are the different ways to use gustar?
Gustar- verb (to like) and the -on implies the person. in this case it can be plural for 3rd person or plural for 2nd person; the noun must go in plural to match.
gustaron is past tense plural.
gustar is a regular -ar reflexive verb and is conjugated as such.
Hello Diana, welcome to the Forum.
For future reference, please use proper grammar, capitalization and punctuation for your questions.
We have a nice dictionary here that shows the conjugation of verbs. You can look "gustar" up there. That should help clarify your question.
Hi diana, please have a look on this on gustar.
Here are a few examples of how "gustar" is used:
1) Me gusta helado (I like ice cream / Ice cream is pleasing to me) --present singular item--
2) Me gustan manzanas (I like apples / Apples are pleasing to me) --present plural---
3) Me gustó la cena (I liked the dinner / The dinner was pleasing to me) --preterit singular item---
4) Me gustaron los videos (I liked the videos / The videos were pleasing to me) --preterit plural---