"He likes beer."
Translation:Ele gosta de cerveja.
what is the difference between "gosto" and "gosta"? How will i know whether a Portuguese word is a masculine or feminine?
EU gosto = i like / he, she, it, you = like(s) (ele, ela, você gosta). Gosto = 1st singular person / gosta = 3rd singular person (and "você" - you). To know the gender of the words.... we just have to know them. A simple rule: most words ending in -a are feminine, and in -o are masculine. (Ex: A cervejA)
Im going to guess that gosto is for "I" and gostomos is for "we" Please correct me if I'm wrong.
The termination of all regular verbs ended in -AR is -AMOS on the second person plural... "gostAMOS" = we like
I had a sentence a couple times that says: "I like it with the belt." I think it translates to: "Eu gosto com o cinto." Why doesn't it need "de" there?