In English, you can say:
- I'm horrible with names.
- I'm bad with faces.
- I'm really bad with directions.
What is the most natural way in Spanish of expressing that you are bad at remembering something?
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There's two basic ways:
Se me da mal algo / algo se me da mal.
No se me da muy bien algo / algo se me da muy bien
You can modify the adverb (mal/*bien* in this case) to represent how bad you're at it, or for personal preference:
The other ways is:
Soy bastante malo haciendo algo
No soy muy bueno haciendo algo
You can also change the adverb like so:
These are just two ways, but I'm sure there are plenty more.