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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #21246: Good or well?
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    Good or well?

    Good /Well?

    You do something well, but you give someone something good.

    GOOD - adjective

    WELL - adverb

    Before a noun / a pronoun

    Next to a verb

    He is a good cook.
    What kind of cook?
    A good cook

    He speaks French well.
    How does he speak French? 
     He speaks well.


    WELL -  Sometimes as an adjective

     With feeling verbs:
    Your cake smells good!
    I feel good!

    Used to speak of one's health:
    How are you?
    Well! Thank you!
    Oh! I don't feel well today!

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    1. I never learnt how to play tennis but I am a player.
    2. This film was very !
    3. I love your story, it's very written.
    4. Could you help me? I am not at English.
    5. Have you ever taken this medicine before? -! I don't remember!
    6. This book was so that I couldn't leave it.
    7. You can't have too much of a thing.
    8. For a long time, all went and he was happy.
    9. This student is doing very at the moment.
    10. The weather is very , what about a walk?

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