Pasarselo bien

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Pasarselo bien

Hola

With the expression pasarselo bien, I have seen examples elsewhere written "la estoy pasando bien" (ie no reflexive pronoun and a feminine direct object pronoun) Please could you explain what the "la" refers to and if both expressions are interchangeable?

Gracias

Dee


Asked 5 months ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola Dee

In Spain we only use pasarlo bien or pasárselo bien, but in Latin America you will hear both (more frequently with "la"):

La pasamos super bien en la fiesta de Guille.

¿Lo están pasando bien, chicos?

Saludos

Inma

Pasarselo bien

Hola

With the expression pasarselo bien, I have seen examples elsewhere written "la estoy pasando bien" (ie no reflexive pronoun and a feminine direct object pronoun) Please could you explain what the "la" refers to and if both expressions are interchangeable?

Gracias

Dee


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