Student or Learner
Here is a sentence which involves an interesting idiom, namely “hit it off” = get along well together, as in “I was so glad that our parents hit it off.”
Anita was small and blond and full of life; she seemed to hit it off with Lizzy straight away.
Would you be kind enough to tell me whether the following sentences are interchangeable to a not inconsiderable degree?
They liked each other immediately.
They really hit it off.
There was really good chemistry between them.
They were greatly impressed with each other.
They worked well with each other.
They worked in harmony with each other.
They made a good team.
Thank you for your efforts.