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Sep 30, 2009 | 7:44 AM EDT

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'Me Gusta' means, "I like" in Spanish. Alternatively, 'no me gusta' means just the opposite.

This flash is about toast.



Rated 4 / 5 stars March 17, 2011

Me gusta tostada.

Mi espanol maestro enseña nosotros esta el año pasado.

It's very good, and I like the animation. Cartoon-worthy, I'd say. I dunno why I searched "Me gusta" but... meh. Good anyways.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars September 30, 2009

Tee hee hee

It's good, but short. Also you don't exactly give enough time for some of the shots.

Ying-yong responds:

I'll work on that next time.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 30, 2009

its about toast, indeed

you have to put in a *bing* sound everytime "me gusta" or "no me gusta" appears xD

very nice animation style, keep it up and practice more, it will be great

Ying-yong responds:

It's just a dumb little thing for school, I'm not going to put too much time into the animation because everyone there will be amazed regardless of how it looks.

But thank you for the review.


Rated 5 / 5 stars September 30, 2009

Phonetics are wrong

Speech is barely audible, you wrote the way you should pronounce Me gusta the wrong way, and cartoon is not very well animated. BTW, I see not much sense there

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Rated 5 / 5 stars September 30, 2009


I already knew the Spanish verb "gustar", but this was very clever. If I didn't know it I would probably learn it because the flash was pretty funny. The animation is well done and I love the music as well.

Ying-yong responds:

Glad you could enjoy it!