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"Me gustan mucho las fiestas."

Translation:I like parties a lot.

January 12, 2013


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This translates as - Parties are really pleasing to me. i.e. They (the parties) are really pleasing to me. The verb gustar is a special case.

January 16, 2013


Why is it mucho with an o rather than mucha?

August 7, 2013


my guess because mucho refers back to the person speaking, in this case assumed male. The parties please me a lot.

October 12, 2013


"Mucho" is an adverb in this sentence (not an adjective). It modifies the verb ("like (a lot)" or "are (really) pleasing."). Because it's an adverb it doesn't have gender or number; it doesn't have to match anything. And, the gender of the speaker also doesn't matter.

July 19, 2015


It's an adverb. Adverbs have this trick that they seem to have gender because the might have -a and -o endings, but actually they have not gender anyway.

July 23, 2015


where does the gustan (they / you) get used in the answer?

January 12, 2013


Gustan (multiple objects) and Gusta (1 object) I = Me gusta/gustan You = Te gusta/gustan We = Nos gusta/gustan You (all) [plural] = Les gusta/gustan

January 12, 2013


I put "festivals"...wrong. DL seems to use "fiestas" for festivals, parties and holidays quite arbitrarily. Am I missing some nuances of usage?

August 7, 2013


how would one say "I like a lot of parties"? Is this just awkward and you would have to add another verb ("I like to go to a lot of parties", "I like to have a lot of parties", etc)?

July 5, 2013

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    I said "I like a lot of parties". Google seems to think that is "Me gusta un montón de fiestas."

    March 11, 2015


    You could say "Me gustan muchas fiestas". Since you coordinate muchAS with fiestAS, you mean "a lot of parties". When you coordinate endings in Spanish it means you are saying one single idea. That's the trick.

    July 23, 2015


    To clarify, gustar is a special verb that requires the indirect object pronoun (me, te, etc.). Basically, this sentence really means 'The parties are very pleasing to me'. Since the subject is 'parties', you use gustan. Confusing, but important. (Source: http://www.studyspanish.com/lessons/gustar.htm)

    January 30, 2015


    Again, the phantom idiom. "I really like parties." means pretty much the same as "I really like parties."

    March 13, 2013


    " why i love the parties is not allowed. "me gustan mucho = me encantan", me encanta = i love it

    August 8, 2014


    Why I like a lot of parties is incorrect? What is the difference between I like a lot of parties and I like parties a lot?

    September 24, 2016
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