The Behavior of 'gustar' and
- Look for the sense the verb
implies. You'll see that many of these verbs need an indirect object.
- Once you have determined
who/what is the subject and who is the indirect object, follow the basic
structure: prepositional phrase+verb+subject. You can vary this order,
- Move around
the subject, verb and prepositional phrase as groupings, rather
than as isolated words. That means to move the subject together
with its adjectives, articles, etc., the verb with the indirect
object pronoun, and the prepositional phrase with all its components.
- When a
noun is given as the subject, it must be defined by using articles,
possessives or demonstratives.
- When one
or many actions are the subject, conjugate the verb in the 3rd person
- Do not think in English
when you are dealing with this. If you just cannot help it, then remember
the first example given in this explanation