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#42 - jovo (09/03/2011) [-]
Me Gusta is pronounced "May Gooshta" and it means "I like". Therefore, whenever someone uses it in either context you have shown, it is perfectly acceptable.
#86 to #42 - anonymous (09/03/2011) [-]
only Sean Connery says "may gooshta"
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User avatar #67 to #42 - omfgitsstsix (09/03/2011) [-]
1. Nope.
2. It's pronounced "mey goosta."
3. It translates to "It is pleasing to me."
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User avatar #101 to #74 - omfgitsstsix (09/03/2011) [-]
Maybe, but I hate geese. >_>
User avatar #60 to #42 - paftdunk (09/03/2011) [-]
The words yes the meme no.
#56 to #42 - anonymous (09/03/2011) [-]
I am a native spanish speaker and it is pronounced "me goosta"
#48 to #42 - purelyforNSFW (09/03/2011) [-]
Where the hell did you learn to pronounce "gusta" with an sh? wtf is this **** ?
#53 to #48 - jovo (09/03/2011) [-]
It's Spanish.
#57 to #53 - purelyforNSFW (09/03/2011) [-]
Well, obviously, but who the hell does it with an sh? being a hispanic, living for 17 years, speaking the actual language at home, and then seeing this? i am disappoint.
#59 to #57 - jovo (09/03/2011) [-]
Well, who uses their language literally? I'm Scottish, I speak English but I never pronounce the "t" at the end of a word or when saying "but" I say "bit", instead of "your/you're" I say "yir" and when saying "I", I say "ah".
User avatar #70 to #59 - divviyday (09/03/2011) [-]
That probably explains why you pronounce the "s" as "sh".
#192 to #70 - jovo (09/04/2011) [-]
Not every Scot is Sean Connery.
User avatar #46 to #42 - rawrisme (09/03/2011) [-]
The literal translation, however, is "it pleases me"
Which makes sense for the meme.
#54 to #46 - jovo (09/03/2011) [-]
Oh, well I don't learn Spanish, I just used Google Translate. :P
User avatar #58 to #54 - rawrisme (09/03/2011) [-]
Then don't comment things like that, mmkay?
Plus goo"sh"ta? really?
#62 to #58 - jovo (09/03/2011) [-]
Well sorry, I Google Translated it about a year ago. And it is goo"sh"ta. It's like when the French say "bonjour", it's "bon-joor", not "bon-jower" or when you say "cappuccino", it's "cap-a-cheen-o", instead of "cap-u-kin-o"
User avatar #64 to #62 - rawrisme (09/03/2011) [-]
I may not be an expert on spanish, but I am in spanish 2, which is enough to know basic spanish pronunciation.
And your logic makes no sense.
The u we know sounds more like oo, and st I think doesn't change much.
and then a is sorta like uh (but a)

#189 to #64 - purelyforNSFW (09/04/2011) [-]
Lol. Mine eyes cannot believe that my interjection to the pronunciation of a word got subject in question such a vast amount of thumbs in downward position. (i know the sentence doesn't contain any old English, but i just had to put something
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