How would you say “me vendría bien” in English


If you want to use B2/C1 level English when you speak, this type of expression is important since you are simply telling the person who is listening to you that you have a high level. Don’t be afraid to use this type of expression. Be confident and use it as if you were English!

Let’s have a look at some of the different ways we use this expression in English:

Could do with:

I could do with a holiday.
Could you do with being single for a while? All your boyfriends are causing you so much hassle.

If you want to use this example in negative, then we must use: could do without

-I could do without having to go to Madrid next week.

to be good for you:

Everybody says that having the class at 6pm instead of 4pm is good for them.
We have arranged to have dinner on Saturday evening. Is 9pm good for you?

To come in handy:

-Having the gym and the supermarket over the road from my flat really come in handy because I do not need to use the car.
-I always carry a Dictaphone because it comes in handy when I have ideas about our advertising when I am out and about.

When we use to come in handy, we can also say that something is useful, as well as being perfect.

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Si quieres mostrar un nivel de inglés B2/C1 cuando hablas en inglés, es importante este tipo de expresión ya que a la otra persona le estás indicando que tienes un nivel de inglés alto. No tengas miedo de usar este tipo de expresión. Demuestra confianza y utilízala como si fueras un inglés nativo.

Vamos a ver a continuación diferentes formas de decir esta expresión en inglés:

Could do with:

I could do with a holiday.
Could you do with being single for a while? All your boyfriends are causing you so much hassle.

Si queremos usar esta epresión en negativo, tendremos que usar: could do without

-I could do without having to go to Madrid next week.

to be good for you:

-Everybody says that having the class at 6pm instead of 4pm is good for them.
-We have arranged to have dinner on Saturday evening. Is 9pm good for you?

To come in handy:

-Having the gym and the supermarket over the road from my flat really come in handy because I do not need to take the car.
-I always carry a Dictaphone because it comes in handy when I have ideas about our advertising when I am out and about.

Cuando utilizamos to come in handy, estamos diciendo también que es útil, y te viene perfecto.

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30 thoughts on “How would you say “me vendría bien” in English


  1. Molan mucho vuestras explicaciones…. Mi mujer yo os estamos leyendo ahora y no nos estamos quedando con nada de dudas después de leeros. ¡Así debe de ser! Saludos desde Donosti.

    • Christopher Duggan

      Nos alegramos que te guste. Ten cuidado con esta frase que se debe poner un substantivo o el gerundio: I could do with IMPROVING…. 🙂 Ánimo!
      Saludos 🙂

  2. Buenas tardes. Me gustaría hablar con ustedes sobre cursos y clases de inglés para mi empresa. Estamos en Madrid…. Muchas gracias y un saludo

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