In order to use "gustar"
How to translate "Does she like me ?"
I'd say.. ¿a ella le gusto yo? Or simply ¿le gusto?
Here it doesn't literally mean 'does she like me?' Because the verb Gustar = to please
So it literally translates to... do I please her?
In English, the one who likes is the subject, right?
But in Spanish it's 'whom is pleased' is the object and 'who pleases' is the subject.
Yep, SpanishPal nailed it with the simplified version:
It is: Le gusto (a ella)?
You could specify the a ella but only when the other person needs clarification as to whom you are referring.
I'm told you can use "gustar", I used to think had more romantic connotations, but have been told that it's okay as long as the context is clear. If you want to be 100% sure that there are no misunderstandings, you can use "caerse bien".
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