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me cayó bien
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (I found him agreeable; first person singular)
a. I liked
¿Conociste a la novia de Alejandro? - Sí, la semana pasada. Me cayó bien.Have you met Alejandro's girlfriend? - Yes, last week. I liked her.
¿Qué te pareció el nuevo gerente? - Me cayó bien.What did you think of the new manager? - I liked him.
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