Something like: "ME TO LIKING BOYS", because "mi gusta chicos" sounds as horrible as the first "phrase". replace mi with me then instead of gusta put gustan then put los and viola finish product is: (" A mi" you could also put that at the beggining) Me gustan los chicos. In Spanish you must say: "A MÍ" --- to me / me / I A MI... --- To my (point of view)
What do you like to do? And then you answer, "A mi me gusta...."
Me gusta te gusta = pleases me, please you/I like (it), you like (it)
It means" I like your..." in Spanish :)No it does not. Mi gusta tu is gibberish in Spanishi agree with the answer ahead of me. replace mi with me and then it will make senseit will "me me gusta tu..."
"mi gusta musica" doesn't mean anything. "me gusta la música" means "I like music" or "I like listening to music".
Me gusta*It means I like, or more literally, "___ are pleasing to me"
you can say a mi me gusta or just me gusta.... and then whatever it is that you like
The Spanish phrase "a mi me gusta" means "I like" in English. For example, if you wanted to say "I like the beach," you could say this: A mi me gusta la playa.
"I like it more"
i think mean aquel when you say kel and me instead of mi so in the end its suppost to be " aquel no me gusta" which translates to "i dont like him."
Well it should read 'A mi me gusta montar' which is Spanish for 'I like to ride' or 'I like riding'.
A mi te gusta makes no sense. it translates to "to me you like" I think you mean "a me me gustas" which translates to "I like you"
something as badly as: "AS ME TO LIKING"
A mi me gusta hacer muchas cosas.
I like it very much.
'I like the girls'
It means: "What do you like?" So you can answer it by saying: A mi me gusta Futból (i like football)
I like it when you call you mireina ...
It means, "I really like my schedule."
I like (it) more = me gusta mas
it means "I like red" (the color red)
los amores de mi vida
I think you might be trying to say "me gusta que mis padres me aman mucho" which means "I like that my parents love me"