Gustarle – to taste; to like, be pleasing

Spanish Verb Conjugations

Present tense Subjunctive
me gusta(n)   nos gusta(n)   me guste(n)   nos guste(n)
te gusta(n)   os gusta(n) te guste(n)   os guste(n)
le gusta(n)   les  gusta(n) le guste(n)   les  guste(n)
       
Pretérito Imperfect
me gustó (gustaron)   nos gustó (gustaron) me gustaba(n)   nos gustaba(n)
te gustó (gustaron)   os gustó (gustaron) te gustaba(n)   os gustaba(n)
le gustó (gustaron)   les  gustó (gustaron) le gustaba(n)   les  gustaba(n)
     
Future Conditional
me gustará(n)   nos gustará(n) me gustaría(n)   nos gustaría(n)
te gustará(n)   os gustará(n) te gustaría(n)   os gustaría(n)
le gustará(n)   les  gustará(n) le gustaría(n)   les  gustaría(n)
                     
Imperfect subjunctive   Imperative
Conjugations with -ra   le guste(n)  
me gustara(n)      
te gustara(n)   Gerund
le gustara(n)     gustando  
nos gustara(n)        
os gustara(n)   Past participle
les gustara(n)     gustado  
                     
Conjugations with -se      
me gustase(n)      
te gustase(n)      
le gustase(n)      
nos gustase(n)            
os gustase(n)            
les gustase(n)            

 Gustarle is a regular -ar verb that uses an indirect object to indicate the subject (as indicated by le attached to the end of the infinitive).

Does gustarle need the subjunctive?

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