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No, although the meaning of the sentence you have isn't terribly far off from what you want to say either so you would probably not get a correction. When you say that someone te cae bien, you're saying that you find them affable, a good person, etc. If they te cae mal, that means you find them to not be very good natured. (in general, caer bien is a much ...


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What I suggest you to do is to find games that rely in teamwork and allows the players to speak each other (Team Fortress, Minecraft, World of Warcraft, Dota 2, ...) then find a server where players only speak Spanish. Here is a Spanish guy who plays Minecraft, but the Spanish most players speak is very basic and with local terminology. I recommend you to ...


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It is likely "vale" (literally "it is worth"), a very common interjection indeed meaning "OK" / "All right".


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Well, first of all, this could be an issue where you'll find quite a few differences among countries, or even regions inside a same country. The words I know for what you are looking for are: Pleasant smells: "Oloroso" Unpleasant smells: "Hediondo" "Maloliente" "Apestoso"


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Acabar and Terminar are the go-for in this case, but if you want a more colourful alternative that is also understood by almost any Spanish speaker, you can say: ¿Cómo te viste mudándote a Kansas...? ¿Qué te viste haciendo para cenar anoche? Simplemente me ví trabajando aquí, no estoy seguro cómo sucedió. Altough I wouldn't use it for the ...



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