“Gusta” is a verb in the Spanish language which means to like, and it is used in a sentence with one subject, whereas “gustan” is used with plural subjects. In Spanish, the subject used with “gusta” or “gustan” is an object and not a person. An example would be I like fish, or I find fish pleasing. For “gustan,” An example would be the stories that are pleasing to me.
Both verbs can be used in sentences using me, you, and us. The main difference to remember is that one subject is singular, and one is plural. “gusta” and “gustan” are used as the singular and plural verbs for the word “gustar.”