I don't hear a "el"
I'm still confused with "Me gusta" and "Me gustan"...
I found it difficult to tell Mi from Me gusta from the pronunciation. When is it Mi?
If translating from English to Spanish, it can be either "me gusta" or "a mi me gusta". If it is a listening exercise, your words must just match the spoken words exactly.
Would it be more natural to say "me gusta el vino chileno" or "me gusta los vinos chilenos"? I assume they have the same meaning?
Gustan* los vinos chilenos
I know this is not the proper place to make this comment. But why do we have to have so many sentences with wine. Wine is alcohol and alcohol is bad for the health.
Because Duo is geared towards tourism, so they spend a lot of time and effort on teaching you directions and how to order at restaurants.
Because wine is part of the culture? And the economy?