Va? I tried "È bene se mangiamo fuori stasera" with no luck. So close!
I had the same! Why is using essere wrong here?
I would like to know as well. Any native speakers who can help us out?!
and i tried "sta bene" but that was no good either
I hate to say "that's just how italians do it," but that's the only answer I have! They say "Va bene," all the time, meaning "it's good," or "it's alright," even though the literal translation is "it goes well."
bah, this is a hard senetence imo