In Passato Prossimo: (ESSERE) +Piaciuto/a/i/e (agrees in gender & number with the subject)
In Presente: (I.O.P. [mi, ti, gli, le, ci, vi, loro]) + Piace or Piacciono(depending on following noun) (*remember: loro after piacere*)
--------------singular when followed by infinitive
---------------preposition "a" is used if Indirect Object is a noun ordisjunctive pronoun.
Non Piacere (Not Pleased/ Don't Like) AND Dispiacere(To be Sorry)
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