I'm not sure why the answer for this is conjugated singular (ha gustado) & not plural (han gustado);
Siempre me ________ leer autobiografías de gente famosa.
We are using the singular form of the verb "ha gustado" because the subject is an infinitive (leer ...) When there is an infinitive as the subject in a sentence with gustar, the singular form is used.
It would have been different if we had omitted the verb and said this instead:
Siempre me han gustado las autobiografías de gente famosa.
I've always liked famous people's autobiographies.
Having said that, I will add a note to the lesson as a reminder.
I hope this clarified it.
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