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me gusta mucho
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (used to express liking for an object or activity)
a. I like...very much
Me gusta mucho el perfume que llevas.I like the perfume you're wearing very much.
b. I like it very much
¿Qué te parece el cuadro? - Me gusta mucho.What do you think of the picture? - I like it very much.
c. I really like
Me gusta mucho viajar.I really like traveling.
d. I really like it
Tu vestido es precioso; me gusta mucho.Your dress is gorgeous; I really like it.
2. (used to express liking for a person)
a. I like...a lot
Me gusta mucho tu primo. ¿Cómo se llama?I like your cousin a lot. What's his name?
b. I like him a lot
¿Qué te parece Eduardo? - Me gusta mucho; ¿crees que yo le guste?What do you think of Eduardo? - I like him a lot; do you think he likes me?
c. I like her a lot
Mi suegra es una mujer muy simpática; me gusta mucho.My mother-in-law is a very nice woman; I like her a lot.
d. I really like
Me gusta mucho la nueva profesora.I really like my new teacher.
e. I really like him
Roberto es muy atractivo. Quiero conseguir su número porque me gusta mucho.Roberto is very attractive. I want to get his phone number because I really like him.
f. I really like her
¿Conoces a Susana? Me gusta mucho: es muy trabajadora y confiable.Do you know Susana? I really like her - she's very hard-working and reliable.
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