Are there two words for "I like" in Poruguese to correspond with gusta and gustan in Spanish? I only know one: gosto? Is there a difference?
I meant Portuguese.
Eu gosto de vinho....... I like wine
Eu gosto de beber ...I like to drink.
- MarkLv 77 days agoFavorite Answer
That is the word, but it literally mean "I like", not "it is pleasing to me".
Also it's used with "de", like "Gosto de nadar" ("I like to swim")
- CFLv 76 days ago
I don´t know if I understand your question but that willdepend on the subject.
I like wine. Eu gosto de vinho.
You(sing) like wine. Você gosta de vinho.
He/she/it likes wine. Ele/ela gosta de vinho
We like wine. Nós gostamos de vinho.
You(plural) like wine. Vocês gostam de vinho.
They like wine. Eles/elas gostam de vinho.
Therefore in the simple present tense, you have three forms: gosto, gosta, gostamos, gostam.
- Anonymous7 days ago
Eu gosto, perhaps.