Note down examples of the verb hacer, to do. Then note down examples of the verb gustar, to please. These verbs change in a different way in Spanish. Hacer changes at the end to show who is “doing.” The word in front of gustar changes to show who is “being pleased.” I think grammar is best learned with examples. Jot down how to use these verbs in speech to talk about different people. Which other verbs work like gustar? This is a grammar lesson, Spanglish Fantastico style. Look out for part two on Day 78.
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