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me gustan mucho
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. I like them a lot
¿Te gustan los mejillones? - Sí, me gustan mucho.Do you like mussels? - Yes, I like them a lot.
b. I like a lot
Me gustan mucho esos pendientes que llevas.I like those earrings you're wearing a lot.
c. I like them very much
¿Por qué no te compras estos pantalones? - Me gustan mucho, pero son demasiado caros.Why don't you buy these pants? - I like them very much, but they're too expensive.
d. I like very much
Me gustan mucho los pósters que colgaste en tu cuarto.I like the posters you've put up in your room very much.
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