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?
Reading A2, Family & Relationships, Listening or Seeing A2
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)
Here is a lesson precisely about that use of gustar (to express personal atraction).
I hope it helps.
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