I recently came across the following in my Spanish notes.

¿Qué te gusta(n)? What do you like?

I understand the usage of ¿Qué te gusta?, but when would I use ¿Qué te gustan? A plural form of what do you like does not make sense to me. When would I use ¿Qué te gustan? Thanks for your help!

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You don't use that sentence just like that. "¿Qué te gustan?" sounds wrong. If you are going to use the plural you should add a subject in plural like i.e.

¿Qué carros te gustan? = Which cars do you like?

or you could also use Cuáles

¿Cuáles carros te gustan? = What cars do you like?

If you are having a conversation about cars you could just say ¿Cuáles te gustan? and since you already know that you are talking about cars the other person will understand the question.

  • Ok. Thanks for the response. I just got confused when seeing qué te gustan in my notes. Commented Jan 10, 2016 at 21:30

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