"Every perception is to some degree an act of creation, and every act of memory is to some degree an act of imagination."
-- Gerald Edelman, Second Nature: Brain Science and Human Knowledge
Spanish sentence: Me quedé en Córdoba dos noches y después fui a Granada.
¡Esa chaqueta te queda muy bien!
English sentence: I stayed in Cordoba for two nights and then I went to Granada.
That jacket really suits you!
Spanish word: #24 Quedarse
Forms: Why it’s useful: Talking about location or travel is a common topic for many Spanish learners. You’ll need the verb quedarse to tell people about where you stayed or plan to stay on a trip.
It’s second meaning can also be very useful for giving compliments! When directed at person, quedar can mean ‘to suit’ like the phrase ‘it suits you’ in English.
English word: - to stay/to suit (one)