Deciding when to use "Gusto" or "Mahilig" can sometimes cause confusion for new students. "Gusto" expresses wanting something, or liking something, or approval, or a favorable opinion of something; while "mahilig" expresses fondness for something and often a desire to "do something" to the object of approval.
Gusto Example Sentences in Tagalog: (94)
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I would like to buy this / one of these.
I'd like to know you.
What would you like?
What do you want to clarify with Kathy?
I would just like to confirm, do you like me?
He wants to graduate from college.
At which section of the movie house do you like to sit?
What I like about you is that you succeed in everything.