I like pie(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (general)
a. me gusta la tarta
I like pie. What flavors do you have?Me gusta la tarta. ¿Qué sabores tiene?
b. me gusta el pay (Andes)
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(Central America)
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(United States)
I like pie more than sponge cake.Me gusta el pay más que el bizcocho.
c. me gusta el pastel
I like pie too much, I think. This is my third piece.Creo que me gusta el pastel demasiado. Este es mi tercer pedazo.
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