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Good or 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.
He speaks French well.
WELL - Sometimes as an adjective
With feeling verbs:
Used to speak of one's health:
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