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"Kimashita" is the past tense of "to come". But it seems like in this situation, よくて きました, kimashita means you did, or you were? What am I missing in this case?

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You are either misreading it, or reading a typo. It should be よくきました (parsed as よく・できました), which indeed means "good job" or "well done".

  • Thank you SO much. it was a typo! I'm glad that confusion is now solved. =) – Intricacy Mar 8 at 20:05

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