Do not understand the word "hallar"
Quite often, I see the following expression:
espero que te halla ido muy bien en el trabajo
I think the word halla means to "find out" or "discover"? And "espero" in this context means "hope"? So I guess the above sentence means...
I hope that you ..........( blank).....................well at work
so I am trying to fit the part halla ido muy bien into the (blank) above. What does this suppose to mean?
Thank You all for your help
It should be "Espero que te haya ido muy bien en el trabajo." ("haya" present subjunctive of "haber"; nothing to do with "hallar" [beyond being a spelling mistake]).
I hope that it went well for you at work.