Estamos hechas la una para la otra

Spanish online reading and listening practice - level A2

Some friendships were just meant to be. Listen to these two girls getting to know each other and realising they have a lot in common.

This reading and listening exercise can help you practise using yo también and yo tampoco. It is associated with the following studylists:

Text by Ana Matilla and audio by Inma Sánchez and Silvia Píriz.

Exercise: Estamos hechas la una para la otra

Listen to the audio, then read the transcript. Click any phrase for the translation and links to related grammar lessons which you can add to your Kwiziq notebook to practise later.

Q&A relating to this exercise 1 question, 2 answers

LynneA2Kwiziq community member

Gustar used in sentence "Me gustas mucho."

In this exercise you give the statement:  "Me gustas mucho."  In all the info at this site I only see gusta and gustan used (singular and plural) which I understand.  Could you please explain this form of guitar?

Asked 5 months ago
OleA1Kwiziq community member

Hello Lynne! I think I can explain: If you say "Me gusta mucho", you mean "It pleases me much" (I like it). If you say "Me gustan mucho" you mean "They please me much" (I like them - people or cakes, same thing), and if you say "Me gustas mucho" you mean "You please me much" (I like you) - and if you say  "Me gustais mucho" you mean "You please me much (I like you - plural)

InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Lynne

Here is a lesson precisely about that use of gustar (to express personal  atraction).

I hope it helps.

Inma

Gustar used in sentence "Me gustas mucho."

In this exercise you give the statement:  "Me gustas mucho."  In all the info at this site I only see gusta and gustan used (singular and plural) which I understand.  Could you please explain this form of guitar?

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