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Good or well?

Did you know that good is an adjective, and well is an adverb? Good.

Attractive young student bending over the desk of her professor who is oblivious to her charms.

You are a good student. You write very well.

Good is an adjective.
(adjective + noun)
• A good book
(good + book)

Well is an adverb.
(verb + adverb)
• Arnelia did her homework well.
(did + well)
• You speak English very well.
(speak + well)

Remember: Good students write well.
  • Exercise 1

    Remember: Good students write well.

    Add good or well to each sentence.

    Remember: Good students write well.Add good or well to each sentence.

    Exercise 2

    Add good or well to each sentence.

    Add good or well to each sentence.

  • Remember: Good students write well.

    I am a good footballer, but I couldn’t play well on this pitch.

     

     A football pitch marked out on the side of a hill so it would be difficult to play football well on it.

     

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