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    Good or Well (English exercise n76788 - Please quote this number when contacting us)

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    Good or Well


    'Good' is an adjective.

    For example, you can say:

    The good boy plays tennis.

    This perfume smells good.

     

    'Well' is an adverb.

    For example, you can say:

    He knows his job well.

    He is well prepared for the exam. 





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    1. If you don't interrupt her, she will do the exercise .

    2. Have you ever seen Jane? She's such a -looking person.

    3. I will pass the French language test because I am prepared.

    4. Nina Simone sings the known song 'Feeling good'.

    5. He is a organized person. He always keeps his schedule.

    6. I must admit, this job hasn't been done .

    7. It sounds not having to go to school tomorrow.

    8. We all agree it is down to Jane to arrange the meeting .

    9. My dear Jane, in this case it is not enough being . You should be perfect!

    10. Taking all the facts into consideration it was a very arrangement.

    11. Yesterday I met Jane. It was feeling being with her again.

    12. On summer we go sailing when the weather is .









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