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Craig Hall
caserse? I'm utterly confused. I know that "te cae bien = I like you; él me cae = I like him, etc." But how would I say, "you like me... he likes me, etc? (using caerse) Yo le caigo a él? (the title should be... caerse NOT caserse...autocorrect Thanks
Sep 6, 2018 12:59 AM
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Te caigo bien (a ti). You like me. Le caigo bien (a él, a ella). She/he likes me. Nos caemos bien. We like each other. Les caigo bien (a ellos, a ustedes). Y'all/they like me. The negative form is possible, just in case. Caer mal a alguien= To be hated by someone. Hope I've helped.
September 6, 2018
"te cae bien = I like you; él me cae = I like him, etc." (él) te cae bien = you like him; But how would I say, "you like me(te caigo bien)... he likes me (le caigo bien (a él)), etc? (using caerse) Yo le caigo a él (bien)? Does he like me? Tienes que conjugarlo igual que el vergo gustar: Me gusta, te gusta, le gusta, nos gusta, os gusta, les gusta, Me cae (él) bien, te cae (él) bien, le cae (él) bien, nos cae (él) bien, os cae (él) bien, les cae (él) bien, Me gustan, te gustan, le gustan, nos gustan, os gustan, les gustan, me caen (ellos) bien, te caen (ellos) bien, le caen (ellos) bien, nos caen (ellos) bien, os caen (ellos) bien, les caen (ellos) bien saludos Carmelo
September 6, 2018
you like me = yo te caigo bien/yo te agrado he likes me = yo le caigo bien (a é)/yo le agrado (a él)
September 6, 2018
Craig Hall
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English, French, Spanish
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