Any native English speakers, please help answer this question. Thanks He made a good impression on me.= I had a good impression of him? Is this right? Does the phrase " to have a good impression of someone" make sense?
Apr 20, 2016 12:59 AM
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Yes, it is a very common expression. When a person is "impressed" by someone, it can be expressed: "He made a very good impression on me." or "After I met him, I had a good impression of him." Also, a person can have a "bad" impression. "I have a very bad impression of Donald Trump."
April 20, 2016
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