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#87 - natheel
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(02/12/2012) [-]
....nos gustamos
#144 to #87 - dacmon
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(02/13/2012) [-]
I'm a native spanish speaker and I'm rofling at your fail...

And it's Nos Gustan (We Like), Nos Gustamos is We Like Ourselves.
#154 to #144 - natheel
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(02/13/2012) [-]
As you are the third person to point that out, I think i got the point. Unfortunately i am not a native Spanish speaker, but a Korean-American. I made a mistake and i apologize. Good day sir.
#391 to #154 - dacmon
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(02/14/2012) [-]
Haha OK. BTW, not rofling at your fail, but at everybody under this comment. lol.
#108 to #87 - rompson
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(02/13/2012) [-]
Actually, gustar is conjugated for the thing that is being liked, not for the person doing the liking. It is gusta when the thing is singular and gustan when it is plural. The indirect object pronoun (such as me, te, nos) the only part that has to do with the person(s) doing the liking.
#111 to #108 - natheel
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(02/13/2012) [-]
#90 to #87 - longlivethemcrmy
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(02/12/2012) [-]
nope. gustar only has 2 conjugations: gusta, which is the singular form, and gustan, which is the plural.
#98 to #90 - imonaboatshawty
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(02/13/2012) [-]
It definitely has 6..
www.spanishdict.com/conjuga...
#99 to #98 - longlivethemcrmy
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(02/13/2012) [-]
Well then my spanish teacher is a lying ****.
#102 to #99 - imonaboatshawty
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(02/13/2012) [-]
Ever verb (I think) has 6 haha
#95 to #90 - natheel
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(02/13/2012) [-]
Well, they say you learn something new everyday
Well, they say you learn something new everyday
#96 to #95 - longlivethemcrmy
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