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Do not understand the word "hallar"

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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

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updated JUN 29, 2010
posted by Steve-Choi

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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.

updated JUN 29, 2010
edited by samdie
posted by samdie
perfect - 00494d19, JUN 29, 2010
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