Spanish grammar – lesson 24. We like strawberries. Observe in the
previous example to like is conjugated as “like” and not as “taste”. The subject of the sentence is “the strawberries”. In Spanish the verb is always conjugated to
agree with the subject of the sentence, what which means that the verb like
it must also be conjugated in plural. I like the movie. Therefore, the
conjugation of “taste” changes to “like” when the subject of the sentence is
singular. I like the movie, you like the
movie, we like the movie, I like them the movies, you like the movies,
we like movies. Here are some examples of the use
correct to “like”. Keep in mind that the The only ways to “like” that appear are “like” and “liked”, although each one is used OI pronouns (indirect object). Subject singular: I like sports, you
like sports, he likes sports, we like sports, you like, sports
like sports Plural subject: I like sports, you like
sports, he likes sports, we like sports, you like
sports, they like sports. He likes paella. For clarification purposes, the sentence to will often begin with a
prepositional phrase to clarify who the pronoun OI refers to. For example: Take a look at this sentence: you like it
the paella. It is impossible to say if this means: 1) He likes paella.
2) She likes paella. 3) You like paella.