Chapter 1A -- Likes and dislikes, accompanies infinitives
Note: Your vocab sheet shows many sentences beginning with "A mí." This is a way to emphasize that you are talking about your likes as opposed to someone else's. The only places on this list where it is essential to include the "A mí" is when you are saying "I do too" or "I don't either." Everywhere else it is correct but optional. Remember the structure of the Spanish sentence: The activity pleases the person, the person doesn't "like" the activity. In this list, all the things that please you are verbs in the infinitive (to run, to sing, etc.) What you are saying is "Me it pleases to run. Me it pleases to sing.