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Good or Well
'You do something well, and a thing is good'.
Good 'good' is generally used as an adjective.
It may be used with descriptive linking verbs like:
look, feel, sound, seem, hear, taste, or be to describe the subject.
-Your cake smells good.
Note : when describing someone's emotional state, use 'good'.
-He doesn't feel good about having cheated.
-I feel good today (you are in good spirits).
Well 'well' is usually an adverb answering the question 'how'.
It can be used as an adjective to mean 'in good health'.
-You look well.
Note : when you talk about the state of your or someone's health, always use 'well'.
-I do not feel well today (you are not in good health).
Exercise: Choose the correct word.
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