Infinitive verbs in Spanish (with Gustar)

The infinitive is the most basic form of any verb. In Spanish, all infinitives end in either -ar, -er, or -ir.

We use the verb gustar with infinitive verbs to talk about what we like and what we like to do.

I like Me gusta + infinitive (A mí) me gusta dibujar

You like Te gusta + infinitive (A ti) te gusta estudiar

Here are some resources to learn more.

Realidades Textbook

Online activities from the Realidades textbook

Book 1 Chapter 1A p. 32 (infinitives)

Book 1 Chapter 3A p. 135 (gustar)

A01 Me gusta.wmv

Gramactiva video: Gustar and encantar

MHS-A2 Infinitive verbs.wmv

Gramactiva video: Infinitives

Exprésate Textbook Resources

Online activities from the Exprésate textbook

Book 1 Chapter 3A p. 86 (Gustar + infinitives)

Book 1 Chapter 10B p. 368 (Verbs followed by infinitives)

Book 2 Chapter 2B p. 64 (Some expressions followed by infinitives)

Spanish Proficiency Exercises from the University of Texas at Austin

Video interviews, podcasts, and grammar explanations Online Grammar Practice

Grammar explanations with self-correcting exercises

Regular verbs

Zambombazo: An Explosion of Language and Culture

Music videos and activities for practice

Infinitives in context

Gustar and similar verbs

Señor Jordan's Spanish Videos

Excellent grammar explanations with video

Me gusta + infinitives - part 2

Me gustas tú edited for Spanish Class Manu Chao.mp4