¿"LLEVARSE BIEN" EN INGLÉS?
This is another phrasal verb that is worth knowing. It is very commonly used in business contexts but can also be used elsewhere. Do you know what it is? The best option here is: "to get on with someone".
I am sure that if you heard this in context, you would understand it intuitively but it is more difficult to think of when you suddenly want to think of the translation from Spanish. Maybe you would go for the other alternative which is: "I have a good relationship with my boss". That is fine.
Try to avoid: "I have a good "relation" with my boss"...that is more Spanglish.
Hope that helps!
Soy el director de Daniel Smith + Partners. Tengo más de 10 años de experiencia enseñando inglés a españoles.