pasarlo bien: reflexive or not?

AAC1Kwiziq community member

pasarlo bien: reflexive or not?

Hello!  I wrote "lo pasarán bien" instead of "se divertirán mucho" and I believe the feedback advised me to use the verb in the reflexive form ("se lo pararán bien"). In the past,  I had encountered "pasarlo bien" as meaning "to have a good time" without using "se."  Can you please clarify?  Thanks so much.

Asked 9 months ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola AA

Yes, you're right - pasarlo bien (without the reflexive) is also correct. That's just been marked as correct in the writing challenge. 

Gracias y saludos

pasarlo bien: reflexive or not?

Hello!  I wrote "lo pasarán bien" instead of "se divertirán mucho" and I believe the feedback advised me to use the verb in the reflexive form ("se lo pararán bien"). In the past,  I had encountered "pasarlo bien" as meaning "to have a good time" without using "se."  Can you please clarify?  Thanks so much.

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