The verb gustar is used to express the idea of 'liking' something or someone. The key to correct use is to think of it in terms of that something or someone being pleasing to me, you, us or them.
The verb 'gustar' changes to 'gusta' when referring to one person or thing that pleases in the present tense.
gustar --> gusta
When referring to two or more things that please then the verb 'gustar' changes to 'gustan'.
gustar --> gustan
Gustar is always preceded by an indirect object pronoun (me, te, le, nos, os, les).
I like ice cream.
Do you like the movie?
Does he like to run?
I like dogs.
Do you like the motorcycles?
Do you like the candies?
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