Spanish to English mucho

Dictionary entry: mucho

DearPrudence

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mucho adv (gustar: encantar)very much adv
a lot adv
lots adv
(slang)big time adv
La paella me gusta mucho.
I liked the paella very much.

Rather "I like paella very much"?
 
  • fenixpollo

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    I see your point, DearPrudence. The Spanish sentence says "me gusta mucho la paella" in the general present tense. So it will create less confusion if the English sentence matches the tense of the Spanish one.

    Thanks for your input, Trabuqueña. Saludos. :)
     
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