This grammar lesson will help you understand the difference between Good and Well in English.
Watch the video then do the revision exercises. If you need more help then read the text below before trying the exercises.
Good is an adjective.
(adjective + noun)
’I have a good cat.’
(good + cat)
Well is an adverb.
(verb + adverb)
‘My cat jumps well . . .
(jump + well)
. . . and sometimes he doesn’t.’
Remember: Good cats jump well.
Now do the revision exercises.
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