Me dar bem = Going along
Thanks! I was just going to ask that question lol
Do you mean 'to get along' or 'to get on well'
Does "se dʼa mau" mean doesn't get along, or does this work only with bem?
Then, you use the negative statement: Meu pai não se dá bem...
I tried "My father goes well together with his friends", but was rejected. I think it is a possible alternative, which should be accepted.
That sounds very strange in English and wouldnt be said. Goes well together is used more for food, clothing etc not interpersonal relations.
Sounds somewhat tautological, or am I missing anything about the meaning?