#1
I read one of the lessons and it explained how the name of chords mean something and why certain chords sound good together. I didn't get it at all and was wondering why certain chords go together. Is it like like all A chords go together or that like all minior chords go together??? if anyone could explain this to me it would be great. please and thank you
#3
They're most likely in the same key. Note that some chords are in two keys, so you can change key.
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#5
Say a song goes in C major, which scale consists of C, D, E, F, G, A and B. It's pretty logical that all chords that contain notes in the C major scale would fit together.

C E G = C major
D F A = D minor
E G B = E minor
F A C = F major
G B D = G major
A C E = A minor
B D F = B diminished

This means all these chords will "fit together", because they all consist of notes purely from the C major scale. Unless you play ALL of these chords, though, it might fit into other scales as well. And any song that is C major can also be A minor because every major scale has a minor scale consisting of the same notes, and vice-versa.
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#6
It means that the notes making up a chord will be a part of a particular scale. Any other chords which contain notes of that same scale will sound good with it (not always great but most basic chords in the key will).

Not all A chords will sound good together and not all minor chords go together because no matter what, they will still have notes in a different key.
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