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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #24257: Good/well
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Adverbs [Change theme]
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    Good/well


    Good is an adjective. The adverb is Well.

     

    Examples:

     

    Your English is good

    You speak English well

     

    Susan is a good pianist

    Susan plays the piano well

     

    Put in good or well. (Complétez par Good ou Well).





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    1. I play tennis but I'm not very .

    2. Your exams results were very .

    3. You did very in your exams.

    4. The weather was very while we were on holiday.

    5. I didn't sleep very last night.

    6. George speaks German very .

    7. George's German is very .

    8. Our business is going very at the moment.

    9. I like your jacket. It looks on you.

    10. I've met her a few times but I don't know her very .









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