I have a friend who will say 良かった, which I believe means "that's good." But I'm looking for a more elaborate explanation on this. For example, I notice 良かった is past tense. So translating it literally I get: was good. Of course literal translation doesn't always make sense, so I'm hoping someone can help me understand it better. Thanks.

marked as duplicate by Chocolate, macraf, Dono, naruto translation Jun 22 '17 at 6:35

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