"I barely ever meet him." Is that not pretty much the same as "I hardly ever"
It isn't wrong. There are just a lot of ways to say this exact thing in English. Report it and it'll be added to the solutions eventually.
Yes, but according to the dictionary 'treffen' also means 'to hit', 'to strike', 'to affect'...
I am not an expert myself, but my girlfriend is German, and when I've used the word treffen she will correct me to saying sich treffen-- treffen simply means to hit and sich treffen to meet with somebody.
Sorry can you please tell me how is the sentence arranged with sich treffen