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Gustar Commands

Learn how to give gustar Commands in the imperative mood, translating to “to like” or “to please”. Explore our verb chart and interactive exercises. Begin your journey with Spanish verb conjugation. Enhance your skills with gustar conjugation.

Verb Meaning(s): to like, to please

Verb Chart: Gustar Commands

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Nosotros

¡que nos guste!; ¡que no nos guste!

may we like it; may we not like it

*Tú

(Juana, Juan)

¡que te guste!; ¡que no te guste!

may you like it; may you not like it

*Vosotros

(informal Spain)

¡que os guste!; ¡que no os guste!

may you all like it; may you all not like it

Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

¡que le guste!; ¡que no le guste!

may you like it; may you not like it

Uds.

¡que les guste!; ¡que no les guste!

may you all like it; may you all not like it

Gustar Commands Practice

Multiple Choice

Artifact Amigo Spanish Verb Conjugation Game

Positive Commands

Negative Commands

Spanish Commands

Gustar Commands Sentence Examples

1. Tú: Que te guste leer libros de aventuras.
May you like reading adventure books.
2. Tú: Que no te guste comer comida rápida.
May you not like eating fast food.
3. Ud.: Que le guste escuchar música clásica.
May you like listening to classical music.
4. Ud.: Que no le guste ver televisión todo el día.
May you not like watching TV all day.
5. Nosotros: Que nos guste hacer deporte juntos.
May we like doing sports together.
6. Nosotros: Que no nos guste quedarnos hasta tarde despiertos.
May we not like staying up late.
7. Vosotros: Que os guste aprender cosas nuevas.
May you like learning new things. (vosotros is used only in Spain)
8. Vosotros: Que no os guste discutir por cosas sin importancia.
May you not like arguing over unimportant things. (vosotros is used only in Spain)
9. Uds.: Que les guste viajar y conocer culturas diferentes.
May you like traveling and experiencing different cultures.
10. Uds.: Que no les guste pasar todo el día en casa.
May you not like spending the whole day at home.