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Old March 18, 2014, 06:02 AM
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... "te cae" ...

"Alicia, ¿cómo te cae Fernando?
A) Me parece un poco pesado B) Me he encontrado con él en el metro
C) Es mi collega y trabajamos en el mismo lugar D) No me gusta salir con él.
It seems to me that both A & D are correct, but the answer is A, why D is not correct?
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