1. (third person singular)
a. he likes me (masculine)
Le gusto y quiere llevarme a una cita.He likes me and wants to take me on a date.
b. she likes me (feminine)
Diana me envió una carta de amor y me confesó que le gusto.Diana sent me a love letter and confessed that she likes me.
c. it likes me
El ciervo no me tiene miedo. Le gusto.The deer is not afraid of me. It likes me.
d. likes me
Le gusto a Mariano, pero no creo que esté enamorado de mí.Mariano likes me, but I wouldn't say he's in love with me.
2. (second person singular)
a. you like me
Su hermana me dijo que le gusto. ¿Es verdad?Your sister told me that you like me. Is it true?
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