myself”.2.- Me gustÃÂ (with the orthograpic accent at the end) it’s past tense, it means “I liked it” it can also mean “I liked him/her”, it depends on the context.3.- Me gusta is present tense “I like it” or “I like him/her”.Not everything in spanish that ends with O is masculine and A femenine.GustÃÂ, gusto and gusta are part of the same verb: Gustar (infinitive), In spanish, verbs do not change acording to male or female.Hope this is not too extensive and it actually helps you outSource(s):
Native spanish speakerMe Gusto
Me GustÃÂ…..but now she’s gone.
The Queso….Me Gusta!
Spaniard: Do you mean you like yourself or you liked whatever you did?
Spaniard: Estas un gringo.