I ran across this simple conversation today. These are things that I've been curious about since I started the program, as I have seen this sort of thing in other books and videos.
Pablo: Qué te gusta?
Sarah: Me gusta pizza. Me gusta música clasica. Me no gusta la pasta. Pablo, qué te gusta?
Pablo: Me gusta visitar museos y me encanta fútbol.
There's more but that's the gist. I'm only on lesson 19 but I surely wouldn't consider this a complex conversation. But instead of: tú gusta, yo gusta, or usted gusta, I'm reading: Qué te gusta? and Me gusta pizzza.
Where are these pronouns coming from? This is from a beginners Spanish reader. So why 'te', and 'me', rather than the words we've learned early on to make reference to ourselves and others? It's a bit confusing, especially when we're being encouraged to explore other sources, especially videos. Many thanks in advance.
Open Aug 06, 2017 - 01:21 PM
Spanish, Spanish > Grammar