caer mal / caer bien

  • eli-chi

    Senior Member
    Spanish-Chile
    Yeah, you may be right. But I've heard caer used in situations where I would use "get along with." There is probably some overlap.
    Yes, sure. For example: I don´t like Brad Pitt... (I know him only through the media).
    I don´t like my boss... I don´t get along well with him (or vice versa)
     
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