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The first usage of "Aller à " means to suit in the sense of looking good or fitting well.
The sencond usage means to be okay with something which is completely different.
On se rencontre à 14 h , ça vous va? = we are meeting up at 2 pm, is that okay with you?
Hope this helps!
Thanks for the answer. I do understand the two different usages of "Aller à", but I'm just pointing out that the last two boxes both have the same examples:
Nous viendrons à 9 heures. Ça vous va ?
We'll come at 9. Is it ok with you?
Ça lui va ? - Oui, ça lui va parfaitement.
Is he ok with that? - Yes, he's perfectly fine with it.
Bonjour Rant !
Thanks for letting us know about these repeated examples :)
Indeed, here they are redundant, and have now been streamlined.
Merci beaucoup et à bientôt !
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